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 |e, Shiles & Co
REAL
ICoim"'11'
SI
ESTATE
Phone 85
VOL
'Ml
NUMBER 17!
'
White, Shiles & Co.
FIRE INSURANCE
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C
WESTMINSTER, B. CM S&llTRDAY MORNING, JULY 27, 1907,
ISIPE CAR SHOPS    ,
|[ Of INDUSM
NO MALE TEACHER.
'���i\t;.s..
11 I've
Appc.ntmerit   of   Pedagogi ��� I
Department Again Defi
;fhenC    :'',eted> Will
Ive
M
up the que- I    I
beiafin
A  spi   bal   mei
1
���'   ���    - ice I
runlnvvriAnt Tc 1500 "! 1"' " '"' aw^tment
E .   ���t"il  10 10UU of a mai.   each.    .
en, Stat* Manager. ;     '     *��" department, and also   '
/  Ing a
s heii    to  ha f | ten.
U. 8. Pend< r-   ��� PI"
bim on behall ol  <Jef< rr<
H ifim Steel and      The si
be one ol    '
..,.]i^t:.\  I ;..��� a	
affirms   thai   tt
 D Wl .
freight,   cai
; ecomotlves   '
eriu ���
.....
���������
Isfln
tyee honors
chief Mcintosh
10 CENTS PER WEEK
L/hi'a,., ~
LEASES AUDITC-RiUM.
Big Indian Names Youngest'
Ik-.:-'       '
n ������
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Mi   ������
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Irving   Beers   Secures   Hall   in   Mount
Pleasant���Good Attractions.
Irving Beers, lessee   of the   opera
housi    yesterday completed arrangi
menu  for I hi   leasing   ol   hi    Mounl
Son After His Pale Faced n"as;",: 0ddfellows' hal1 auditorium,
wi;h u  seating capacltj   ol  600, ami
" Brother " ��� Wants Gift. .    during the season, Iii   ii.units to sup-
plj iin- residents of the thriving Van-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^1 couver suburb with the surplus talent
hnston, ,      Van-   ���,,.,.,, >|(. tt.in  m.,h|,   ���. ���s,   ,���.,,,
who to N    them
-  ago
BASEBALL BURLESQUE
ON GREEN DIAMOND
FULL EXPENSES.
Intermediate   Lacrosse     Team    Makes
Counter Offer to Victoria.
Mr. Beers intends to have   a    stock
company to occupy the local  boards
: ei   or four nights evei 5  week, the
iithei   nii_hts   being   reserved   for    at-
again after spending only a attractions supplied through Cort & Co.,
��� ��� turned
;���
...
��� oi I
P.;.
I
ft. _IiC
I ��.'.
ised in the O] -
"It  will  bi   thi
.:.. lil       stat<
.  onl    1 boai   v.: ���
car    building
iis, can ap
���   in  ston   '���
11 ��� ::     In   Ni ��
In thi   m :.'
'     1 ll,        l.e
. : men w
labor.    ��� ���..  ex-
��� Is    of    :..
ind other 1
��� ��� ���   on thi
:������.
md Th-. .
e fixing
���    .-'.1     ���        :.
be t<
wl      .���   . I ���
d teai ������������..   ������  ���
ere is 1
for her class.
��� xtra
S
CHAMBERLIN WINS
IN IHE AGGREGATE
ii
Croker's Horse Loses Eg Race.
.-   ��� Jul) 26    Rich:
' f th.
fcraiout a year.   His presence    :' '���'-���
I . ed tne su
��� imi thini :'    ' '   stern
��� ���   Xew s  got ou     '
ii.. . ... ������  ��� 	
|l|(car      ,.-   ������
��� :   calli :    ��� n    Mr.
for
.i ��� he found thi   -���
-���.:    ���       ment still chi   _
ese..- ��� ent    againsi    the
opiUr- the 1 om]
: ��� .    did.    "We   wen
|(|       ���������  ol acquii Ing li nd
��� v.   ��� 1   in  i. port
I di   i'i n ��� : 1 ast,   and
'<��� te i       ��� ��� ~:-:\- in I u]
on       Ing
H iwaj. sei retarj      H. C   Cha_mberlln,    f this     '...  .- as
;. .'- ;i    In    Ni ��   leadl  - hi   aggreg iti    when    the
.-. ��� la;     .nd   I       ���      tin�� ( idetl  lasl   1 1 eti 1?   al    lhi
I be ���   ��������� anU 1 (or   Rid 0 --'< s.   To laj  ��
Sijosti ....  ,-iiulil nol now  ini ol thi   sbootinj .. egi  ���
d by the plans be-   and      thi     resent  standinf
Mr.     Pendergast     lined, thi      wlll be
News the ty who will hi   In
���   ....��� on 1..    bo ��� Ish Columbia
....���'
t car shops 1        the i       AU-C ina la j    ot 1
Poll b th       . i. ling
firsi marksmen
^^^^^H^^^^B^^^BtCh..;!. '
.   In   Vane     ���     ... Hi     upon    Uh
police yesteri afti
.   again viliza-
a fev
Speaking oi ns an ... Bella
. nd   Vootsa laki    whi n   bi   had
. ���    ��� ...      ni   Cap- '
ns ked thai the coun-
gressing well, an.l tha: ;he ]
ans wen ��� nd    happy.
i Quite a numi" ers wen   ...;.
erior al  the]
pres..     tim. ...        spects   for
enini 1       unti     ��
ettt    :. .        lhi      esent time.'
1    Ji hnstoi ���    Mc-
-.   that.hi   ha    beei   great]    boned    ;   1'; Skin   ryei 1     Indian
���".ther
q the I who    is
.
n ha   showi petl and
...        ���       ief of pi i.e e   I y
-   ...:..-:   .���   .   Mclnt06h,
- ���   .     nfoi ming
ef of this it decision on
the booking agents. Only high class
���:������ we will be given ee hearing in New
Westminste, and anything of a shad;
ur doubtful reputation will be religiously sidetracked by Mr, Beers
Ing lease | thi opi 1 house for
three years, Mr. H< ers Is anxious to
make good right from the start, 1 nd
In states thai ev. 1 em a con
I ; miller his auspices will ie.- I e-
yond re] roach in ever; n spi ct, I luring the nights when travelling companies are delighting New Westminster theater goers with thei sin ag
acting ami dancing, his regular srtock
company will be engaged In some of
the nearby towns, either Vancouver,
Victoria, Nanalmo, Blaine or Bellingham.
Unless eln   Victoria intermediate la-
crosse  team  nu'.   .; i ...   ro  ey/uarantae
Weird And Wonderful StuntS  the entire expenses oi  the trip,    the
rn, .  ��. .-,    , ,   N'ew   Westminste- ill
i ins Afternoon by Learned ,������ ge to Victorla ���, play ���, .,. ,,
Wagon Tongue Wielders. ,la>-  An offOT Wf,v waived  ��  "w
days  ago from   the   Vldtorians   which
Was   DOl   consi.!. ���.  ���   ���.'   be  ver;.'   in\ it -
whin   socks were  in splendid  fle- inn by either of tie.   New Westmin-
mand yesterday, and Have   Grossman ster clubs,    it  was   thai  the Victoria
was aim.est cleared run of ihat \ariet; club would guarantee half   the    ex-
of wearing apparel.   The heavj buying pensefc of a club going over to Vic-
was done, su 11 is understood, bj thi toria   and   the  locals   would  havi   to
members of legal  and   medical   pro take their chances to gel even.
ies. nm. and civil  servlci   men.    who An informal discussion of the
will line iiji this afternoon al Queen's weas held last evening, and    tl    was
park  in  a  baseball  match  wiih  the finally decided to reply to the Victoria
legal gentry of Vancouver.    Whether | offer, prbmising to go over provided
they  will   he allowed  to  wear  them foil expeAsea were paid,    A reply to
now thai  the goods are purchased Is this proposal fill probaiblj be to han.I
anothei  matter, for It is against legal| within the next couple of days.
etiquette  to  wear white    except    In                  	
court, and  it  is  understood  that  I'm- e ���. .   . .    ��� ���
,.    ..  , ,      .,, Electrocuted in Cellar.
.   1   nfield will insist  upoi   ad
enci  b   this rule, ' ^a, Ont, July 26-Thomas Mur-
phy;, driver  for  iiu   Capital Brewing
VICTORIA ABANDONED
BY G.N.R. COMPANY
1 ..     In   Cambridge,   of  the  locals.,
says he will be there with thi   goods 1
when   the   word   "play   ball"   is   given
this afternoon     He Is nol a lawyer, I
1 ������.:  Vi  uld not despise an opportunity
steal a base or mn a bluff If the
was likely to v. In a point.   Mr. 1
C idee will play a couple of men
Vi I       re known to bi   unqualified.
|. Instance, Sid. Malcolmson will
catch the game. Mr. Cambridge af-
that .Sid. is a lawiar, but mi 1
���;���������.��� evei k:ie'.\ hint to charge a j
getting a man in jail. The
ci : I In admits that he is a little out
1 nditlon. He had Intended to get
larded 'before going on the field, but
f.. ipany, w is electroe uted here lately
under unusual circumstances. He was
in the cellaT of Gravelles hotel. Hull,
fixing a hole through the floor so as
;��� m a pump pipe up to the bar. In
some wa> he touched a live wire, and
getting the full voltage in hia body,
��� '. v . a'ds. He was about
;;.' years old. Coroner Lyster, of Hull
is Investigating.
thai H^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
the >���   gstei Friction Between Citv And !aUl decMed that ,lf> might wantto!
Skin Tyee sug- . __       / n,]] in ,0
HAUE ROPE WINDS
MAN'S EEG ON DRUM
���   acceptably	
. ��� -' ��� ���   - oi   flow
sugai   ���    eti greatly    delight    the
Men Shoot Well at Richmond j;        ,art- T,he ch:ef is now fetting
;i ;     ;. tl S     I B     S lipping
Range ������ Capture   Many -������ ���  ������������ ���-���������    ��� '< issurprisedi
Prizes.
Corporation    Results
Withdrawal of Line.
In
the home plate if the game
Victoria, B. C, Julv
-lt   is   re-
'      orted that on his recent visit to Vic-
��� especially j t,   ���. L_oUja \\. kill had private con
es  the  lad  was three  years  old ferences with the mayor, in which he
; icated thai his compan}  would nol
n1
���
��� time Mr. Mcintosh
E   ���.   T*       -   ' ���   gio aing
.,   .      "     M   :��� pre
empt!       ��� ears ;���
which e has now lapsi
��� anj   setl ers
��� .    '      :.    ' I ..:   :'
to h.s atosl
became strenuous, and he could do sol . ,.
much more conveniently in his �� rn ai  ViCtOl" Briiy    \ lCuttl   Ut   AC
condition.    Dr. Doherty  will do    the
second base stunt, and pick '> on off as
they come around.
K  C. Uiown has been co"imiaiBol)
to hold down firsl base, and see ih;<;
no person attempts to oarrj  the r. .
away. Dr. Jones will also figure in the
cident On Snagboat Sampson - Limb Is Amputated.
Victor  Bray,   a   deck  hand   on   the
^_^^^^^_____________________.^^_ snag boat. Samson, suffered the  loss
V Sta-.',f,''n''t'!'1*  anel   is. Joked  g     1,  ;,,   on.   of   of   .n     <ef  Ms  legs   while  working  on
TEMPLARS   PICNIC.
Many Er
. ��� si . ; their kind
Xo;  only  will
��� I I..:.-, :.u: loi	
..nd il.   _^^^B
weespe.    to him   - ohndro, Xew Westminsl    .  ple thoroughly enjoyed themselves
nere  for  us,  and,5Tj;   T.  Cunningham, a   i
ayed Moc     _, it Exci.'
R \er Lfst Evening.
me hundred 1
,',..!!��� ;ln   \1  i!.;et building. {<ifc^^^^^^^^^^^_^^^^^_^^__
ei.in more ih:i:i .'Oiollu r nion!;'. or two. ���    pei'Lu'im If   h^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
.;   ���..  has  been a  good de��J of trie-   * ���   aftei   the    Terminal    citj     base   bj  gettihg  tangled   in  the  haul rope
on between the companj and th. citj   eh&sen and cut 'em all up, it will l.e | while it was tightening on the drum.
thi   base of 'liis property.
This intimation by Hill iv reported]
. be the resull of a worWag arrang<     ' ''    S|   u:il  ,',,'���|
ment   ivherebj   the    Great     Northern id tease Joe Martin's contem-
agrees to abandon Victoria, routing its   ;      ' ' ' ""'��� " few kinks thai will be
lassengers 10 this city by the C.P.R.,  ��'v'   '���" 'i'(",|    Technicalities will not hospital.
���ul   using   tie  v.  &  s.  railway   for    '    ' " wltn the mus that they havi '    Sbortlj   a tei   arriving
reighi only.    In turn, it is   expected   "'  ���'���nb ir they wish to succeed  In  pital, the leg w s     nputatecl   iHgnW]
the    British    Columbia  Electric    will' landing    Sayce's      arguments.      His  Ibelow the knee by Dr. Rothwell.    it
operate the V, & S.   along the   sunn i wind-up should knock the science  oul   was reported earlj  this morning from.
doesn't ' the boat ahout I'O o'clock  yesterday,
because he won't have his saw horse I The limb was almost  cut in two just
with him.   Sayce, the hero of former j above the  ankle,  and   nothing bnl   a
the  center of the  piece of skin was holding it when the
unfortunati   man  was broughl  ashore
ami  taken  to  the  Royal    Columbian
ital.
at   th? hos-
f i 1 t^H^^___________________________H
::   T       V ��� ��� to Ladne
...     even ag, the R:
(he fu    nu     ���      I tn frei _hl al-
lowi d er llcensi      '.,.;:. inch,
which   followed   in   the   ������     1    0     hi
V. C. Studd, 27*; Georgi
- lees.    We have! Turnbull   270;   D   J. Qulue,   Van
ni   shops, .\ hii h; w     .        .'     Win :>;..   Vici
-I .ec.   New     U'e .'t'e2; ��  	
....^..^^^^^^^^BDlakrs
ereel cai sho] s   J  S   1        Vi acouver,
:   rivi i'    . awmilh    lej   '��� ������   I'est minsti   . 261; S|     S ���   u
si ick  is   aln ad.   Xew \     tn Inster, 261;  Mr. B
shops, which 1 son, Victoria, 201.
will be built just
 Wh-    V.u-.iuver   HiiuKcrs' '_^_^_^_W
���er mill neai   the   shot I '���   00. an 1 proved
.  mt uterestin      latch.    The    I 1  I
.. li-..   .     eon Isting  ��� f  the   cup  and $15
win   by   ii    Lettice,   and   tli
.   1     years ou        Ize b    ���    C Chi m iei lin, of tl
'  hn I '  ^:! ) .!'      The C.P.R.'i
travel on 1    '   city is bo up-
\i ' 'hern realizes thai
Impossibli .
competition   is
ii'.!
'build
N
Th,
*a.i,n
"toiiln
t"y
kh:
y.
e Ho
nil be the rebuild-iThe othei prizes were won by '.
railwaj 1 1 ilp- Studd, tl    I    i.t. Cunningham,
���o standard gauge. Sgt. W. J   Sloan, 5th.; J. W. Ch
mount  uf  marrow Knnile and  b   E   ;.   1
iroughoul   BrlUsh :..;- This mai
rta  \\ hich   wi   ari eight, nine,    1 : one
eithei    remodel   -
11,1 and!r.AQ fiwf<; FMVFin^
el !' 'W^
ere.    We have
ol   -���,, h   1 [ui] -
l. Dun I,    an
ning.     V.'j
lanl  in operation  ed In
anticipated     ij   ��bile
���".00,000 will be ex-   face,
...  le, who had pi     1 ���
,  ' . (vho arrived at th'   I  .'   I
the : user
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b   il
���    the succe       - ���    ��� . ���
.   -o.       ;-"��� in isi ���! for! 	
,, ,i:1i   Borne  time within the.    nexi    or.nth '    ,\ 1,1. Smith is the latest  person
v - "      ���       ne of th.' pleas     :,,n B victim to the automobile craze.
, nii 11 made on the river, an 1 there- is I He jjas ))(, ��� ttt]{|ng  :, !80nB j., , ||(
that anothei ��� ;   in    a under  shooing secretly, and will bi  his own
lhe sa I I row  e. gn at     bauffeur In the. course of B weel   1 1
Ir.'iwing card bo.
lines as are followed on the Lulu Isl-!"1' tllPM a1  tne start. 'a;lti if ever tneJ'   the   hospital   that   the   patient     was
uj niiUi steal second with that h..y In the box,  resting as easily as could be expect-
The electric company's engineer has "  will be when Sayce is not looking   ed, considering thi   iiature Of the allocated in the highlands, aboul twen- ��   when he is winding up.                    cident.
tj miles from Victoria, aboul one-third N ' i,;l!':, "f 25 conts admiitanee will      Mr. Braj has hi 1 1 a residenl Of Ne��
as much  water power as is developed lc   assessed at  lhe sate, anil the pro-   Westminster  foi   over   five  yea'-. 9*d
;in,l ������ is will be divided between the | during the lasl foui years has livi .'
ihis will be developed to operate the !'' ' Columbian and St. Mary's hi - al the Royal Cltj hotel, He Is unload in Question. ''','      ' ''   <f'i'lai"    l!;ls    announced j married, and is a well    known    and
present  service to this!,'1"3'  in caBe an-v persons are dlssat-
to-date thai the   Greatllsf!eJ wltn the m:,!^,, after il is over-
he .-. iii give an open air 1 xhlbition of
thoroughly res] ected
��� mg man.
I a man  Iseeping nine baseballs In the
aii  al the same time in 1 1 di r to |
,,,  thi cn the wi :th of their money.
II
SIXTEEN STORIES.
Dig Building Planned for Vancouver-
Tallest in Canada.
HATtK SUPPLY DOIMES
IN i I SS THAN A WI.IK
...
thousand
���Z BAS FLAMES EN.
M BENEATH A FLOOR
LABOR LEEBER DENIES
NEED OF
JACK TIIE HIPPER ROAMS
AT URGE IN BERLIN
Thi volume of watei In the reservoir
has almosl doubli .1 In the lasl Beven
. according to a statement mad..
��� terday by Mayoi \v. n Keary, who
a News man that there was
Belli
26     Tu i>.   ���
1 narrow sp..- ��� ben ath
go   f, ;  flamei   I      I   lnl
icorchlug   him  severely, is
��� 1 esta -. i_-:j = 11 .^   ,1   experience which befe
ork will be com-[an employe of the Whatcom
V    Ulek."     B
��� ���' Tagenfeldl
26.���James Kelr
is lea ler 1    Lhi   In
���;     British
House of Commons, Is In
Vancouver,  July    26���The    permit]
.    taken - .1 this  ning r< 1 u  U      : ' i"" ''
��� . steel  bu      to be   erecte.l on   M '"    ;i    '';   tlm'  ''" '",,;   ;'"1 three
Ite ol the pi     nl   Leland hotel   "   ''           "" ' ""  blg >"ml wWle
v. E   Soper, pr Iel     ol lhi   Leland   "" :;'' "    ' ' '''"'' '"' Wii~
.    .    ���,      ,,,.,     .                   ifl,     '       ���",'"' ,:'   I- '     " W:,K
fiend's:,    and' 1   ��� th '  hi    -1   a.led to li                      only about fl> id seven Inches.
The mayor thin iot le 1. jervoirs
to ca-, aclty .by Monday
1
��� rlin.   July   2t;.-��^	
atrocious   criminal   mi le ppen liclent building erected as soon  as
(, ni e on the stretso   H ind   lhe pun hs ���   \    hi  p 0 ���  tj t. ae com
Canada to [ live little girls are bis victims. jpletert.    The owner of  the   propertj
i will be filled
' afternoon,
���
������
C. Tagenfeldt,
ountj
Railway &  Light Co., yesterday.
was a  - ' 1 ��� In thi
' : ail Discovered.         j movial of a gas metei           ���       anj
26,-The    Exnn ss ' head office an I carried a lighted candle  to enable  Mm  to s nder  the
Wt,l'ltiu. W4s\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ti,i,inoo\o,\ assistant he was
,    lltlons     He was
,, ru. ... :   hen   previous to g dng on
'orontn. where  he addresses  the
chile ; nd then goes on to thi
 EExpr
'���  dlscovi,-;,  near
''  a glass  vessel of    I'loiir.
and apparently I disconnected by
The  man  approached  (he
and  by  a  defl  stroke   with
to Toronto,  wuei-B  ������- .e.��� v    ...   j Hpped  open  their stofflachs.    One ol
Canadian club and then goet on to thi    ihe children 13 dead,    Each crime Was
. ommitt ed In a differenl locality. The
He says thai more Immigrants ai    , |m}na] escaped,
���"''���  ;'"'  ever '": "���' The entire police  force Is  aroused
' I     ' the opinion the- there h land ;|,k| |g maklng ewj effor| ^ n-
enough In England.for them if thi   big M], ^ M , preven) further 0UtrageB
Britisl          iwners would   ut sell, bu The criminal dispatched his victims
thej will in" 'I".                 _ [rapidly one after another.   He would
ii,.  denies the rumor
. dership of the Ipdepen
Socialist    an 1
h
called  '
���'���
rttclf ���*"' '[ "' Arlmathea :lf-   '" lll(' 'ocatlon
8rpo '' The veBsel Is of | department  was cs
Dl;l-'f�����,_,i,,���,  ......   !..,��� r    Whlch wai S ml��
[rv  usiim
""t'tcrs",!'"     " :' "Us'    lioluding   water a conf 1
KaWne!  ecc,e8,��8tlc instincts, t Little damiaste was done
-,.    Hardie^^^^^^^^^^^
claims thai S01 lalism Is n< w having a
���.     influence on  English politics
than . ....  ��� efore     He Is interested in
In  this  country  for    British
lier  rapidly   with  llis  weapon   held
the other,
Black   Flies   Cause   Death.
Bast Aurora, N. Y., July 26.���John
Bbel,anli,);ii,>. which the'discov". I told to extinguish the light,   xnis ne     m -.V" .   . :      , seise a .-I.ll l win, one hand and gar.v
"      ,ei! ���''��������� Qrail of the  failed t< and the e       '    gas burs
ichChri '"   "",v    Grail,! into flames and envelo ���       m,    -
;t3,!; \ ",| to have drunH Isuffocating him and ' - '":
���ai B Ppi r, according to face.
lition. was hrouglft     The gas could nol ���� ow
frenl!?*''^^���^ Preferential tariff relations, but does
to think  that such  a step  '-riffen, just returned from the Algon-
,. |n the besH Interests of the  rjuin park locality of Canada, reports
British working man. ���!* deaths as resulting    from    blood
o vill vhUt Winnipeg and , poisoning, caused by Btings by b'ack
ouver, and goes on to India, Jap- , file*.    Griffen  hunted   in  the  region
n anl  .c'o'.ith Africa, to take careful, of Algonquin   park   many years.    IT-
tes of Industrisil conditions.   It is 12; pronounces the pests the most    nu-
aars since he last visited Canada.      \ merous and deadly he lias ever seen.
P>!|,.
eOll
or
aaa
some kin I, cun- j the fire,
���'    leaf,   A nam- , bulldlnir.
ersons,    Including   wate
^^^^e instinc:.-'.   I.itlh   ^^^
Is   ;ee,;\   in   the
William       A,  W.  Mc]
lertaken to - ,]Ve   Hurrad  Inlet,
about u week
ni 1 much
chlldn 11   '       at the time seriously ill in a hos-
H knife pital in Paiis. France. The deal has
now in en a< com] lis) v I and tho per-
mit lor the new building was taken
out In the name of thG Tacoma Construction company this morning, it is #rea1
to cosl $2CO,000 an I the work Is to be
commenced wilhin two weeks. In thn
meantime Mr. Sopcr Is applying for a 1
transfer, of the Leland *licen^ luu-
porarlly to the Ericksen bio? ��� on
Gfranvllle street.
A feature of the new Lelan'. Will be
that tho dining rom and kitchen will,
be on the top floor. The entire build-1 wm,1', be a,,y f'lr,n
ing ."ill be for hotel purposes and will
contain among other things 90 lath-
rooms, and all the other arrangements will be in keeping. There will
lie 'liree elevators. This, by the way,
will be the first lC-storey building
erected in Canada.
,.,,1 lefl  .'   " ,ri>'
he    ������
for   ar
wherj
rusticating,
The Ladies Aid society of the Luth-
eran church will meet this evening at
elghl o'clock.
'.'. e hai e t lanl I he ratepayers
for the help ; hi 5 ' ". b given us In
restoring ti" . atei - p..ply to its normal capacity," commented the mayor.
1 "The citizens have been put to a
deal of discomfort and annoy-
,.111 e bj hir. ini... t Tain from watering their lawns and gardens, but it
was absolutely necessary, In the Interests of the safe 11 if tha city, that
this step should be taken. Fire protection should always be our first consideration."
The mayor did nn! think that there
e 1 trouble with the
water supply for some time, but he
will see to it that there is no recurrence of such a dwindling in the reserve supply ins there was a few days
ago. The popular feeling raised by
the water shortage will mean that a
closer Inspection of the ebb and flow
of lhe water in the reservoir will be
j made every week, while the bylaw
governing the irrigating of lawns and
flower btds wlll also be more rigidly
. enforced.
!g��g��-S THE DA I I.V XKWS.
8ATURD/
ill!
m
TAKE OFF
THAT
HOT VEST
It's like a strait-Jacket in hot
weather. Then the susiiend-
ers���your shoulders have
enough to bear with the coat.
Xow you're ready to try on
a serge, homespun or wool-
cnash suit, and to be sensibly
and coolly dressed.
Serge is the "dressiest,"
$15 to ?24.
But serge shows the dust,
somewhat. So we have cool,
light-weight summer suits in
light or medium mixed patterns that never show when
they're dusty and that look
well at all times.
Coats and trousers of
homespun and wool-crash.
The patterns were selecteel
as much for their cool 'looks'
as Ihe cloth was lor iis actual
coolness.
li   will  he >nm-  fault, if you
swelter.
H. L. DeBECK
The Clothier
OPPOSITE  POST  OFFICE
NEW WESTMINSTER
JAPANESE POST OfflCE
TO REDUCE CONGESTION
r
Tamura Offers To Operate,
Vancouver Branch Establishment For Small Pay.
SALE
JOILET   SOAPS
We make a specialty of
Toilet Soaps. We have the
biggest line in the city,
ranging in prices from 2c. to
$1.00 a cake.
PURE CASTILE at 25c a Bar
OLD BROWN 25c a Dozen
BIG CAKE BALSAM TAR at 5c.
Full Line of Colgates.
See Our Window
Vancouver,  July  26.���Further    particulars  were obtained  today regard-,
ing  the  plan  of  the  local  postofflce
authorities  to establish  a  branch  of-I
lice   in   Vancouver  for  the  Japanese;
and Chinese residents. t It was with a ]
view of avoiding the crush of Orientals at the postofflce    on    Granville
street, especially   on   days   preceding
the sailing of Empress liners.
The proposal is that the branch office he established on Powell street in
the   haul,  operated   by     ti.     Tamura, e
of the  firm  of Jin  &   Tamura, resi- ���
dents of Vancouver for a dozen years
Tamura  is  a   British  subject.  He has,
agreed to take the   conduct   of   the1
postofflce for $25 per year. ,
All Chinese, as we'll as Japanese.]
will do their business iu this office.
The postal officials recently made a
careful estimate, and came to the
conclusion that there are 2500 Japanese in the city, practically the same
i number in Westminster, Stevest in
and the' surrounding district altogether and probably three thousand
'��� Chinese. The mail of eight thousand
people would therefore be served from j
this branch office. This estimate was
made before the Kumeric arrived.
Will Continue Till The End of The Month
Necklaces, Crosses
and Lockets
Full Line of Brooches
At   Half  Price  ...
English w.icfc.J
Two   doors   fr, v"
Ada
~3. CrJ
1 n viii
���
...
Ladle
Gentlemen
face, $6.00.
Gentlemen'    -���
eas-. $7.00
Agent f,,r the I
Watches,     , Swtt.I
Arctic ExDedition . ..xu
Chains, m���_;. .,.',;^
aXr11 ;a
ATLANTIC STEAMSHl
rJFi
l*STESl
IMPRESSES
18,000 I EMPRESS of huitainT
H. Pww\EMPBE3S 01  IRELAND
Particularly
ulei   Country
here for all aalli
Empress ol B
For  partlcul it
ED
lull
K A;d
Wedding
i
Presents
Blaine Editor Sells His Whiskers.
Bellingham, July   26.���For  the sum!
of $5, .1.  W.  Matthew-,  editor of the
Blaine Daily Bee, has disposed of his
luxuriant   crop   of   whiskers.    Arthur
e
W. Adams and several young men of i
the border town have possession of
the adornment that at one time disguised the features of Matthews and
they intend to put them on exhibition
in a Blaine drug store The editor
says he needed the "five spot" more
than the  whiskers.
Silverware suitable for Gifts
for Weddings, Birthdays, or
any other festive occasion, at
prices that will enable the giver
to secure something nice and
not cost much money.
Rings and Bracelets
In almost Endless Variety.
iialT Price 1 akes Your Choice
Ten Torontonians Drown.
Toronto,  July   26���Capsized     in     a
  ! thunderstorm aboul  midnight, all but
D. S. CLRTIS & CO., DrUgS, SpectadeS,SeedS , one of a  party  of ten were drowned
New Westminster off Sunnyside last night, from a gas-
  oline  launch.    George    Shields,    the
O it       i ��\�� __ i��An   sucvivor, could tell little how the ac-
Second-Hand PIANOS: tF��S����. "i.�� \SZ'
ashore.    The victims    .ire  all  young
men employed In Toronto .Junction.
Liquor  License   By-law   1839.  Amendment  By-law,  1207.
A    bylaw   to    further   amend   the
"Liquor License By-law 18S9."
The municipal council of the corporation of tin- city of Xew Westminstei
. nacts as follows:
ii. Section 12 of the "Liquor
License.By-law 1SS6" is hereby repealed and the following substituted
therefor:
"12.   Xee new license for the sale of
liquors  shall be granted unless, in addition to the other requirements and I'
provisions iu that behalf required by
law, a petition or requisition  for the
granting of such license, signed by a
majority of the qualified electors resi-
lent within the division in which are;
���   ated  the   premisi -   In   respeel   ol
.- hich the license is .- mght,    be   de- :
livi  ��� 1 to tin- ci.-ri; or acting clerk of '
the eee.-,.oration al   h - ti .     i| delivering to him the petition mentioned in
��� !d   a ������ ol    his b; law, and he shall I
he 'a,.oh  transmit   the  same to  the
lici nsini   boar :.  and   the   bo ird shall
nol  be bound to grant >u.-li license, if
in the opinion of the majority of the
board then preseni the pul li'- lnt< rests
i j.ustif;   e ���������... al, provide i thai the pe-
��� tltlon  herein   provide I   for  shall   nol
, be ii.-. ���     i     upon an;  a iplli al lon for
a wholesale license,    For the purpose I
Excursion  rates to all  points  Easl   of this section the cit; shall be divided
July  3rd,   -tth  and  5th;    Augusl  sth,   l.nto the following   livisions;
9th and 10th.   Tickets good for three      Ul-   Al1 ,h:" portion of tb.- citj ly-
months, | l:i- W('sl of the middle of 12th streel
2nd. All tli it portion of the city 1.. -
Ing betwee the middle of 12th strei t
and the middle of S'b street,
3rd.   All that portion of the city lying between the middle of Sth 3tr et,
ami the middle of Ith sireet, and a line
being the northeasterly  boundary of
Ith   street   produced    in   ih ���    Fraser
4th.   aii thai portion of the city lying between the third division, and the
j northeasterly   boundary   of   Queen's
i park and a line being the suiei north-
| easterly boundary of said  park, produced io the northwesterly boundary
of the city, and to rue Fraser river.
Family Trade a Specialty. : also thai certain parcel of land on the
Tel. 113. Office, Eighth 8treet,  soutn sil1*' "r sald riv01' Included with
in the limits of the city.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C. ,,���     ,,, ���..., ^ (���. ���.., .,,.. m,(
������������������������������������  included in the divisions herelnhefore
described.
(2) 'I'his bylaw may h�� cited as the
"Liquor License Bylaw I8SD, Amendment Bylaw 1907."
Done and passed  In open    council
ibis 22nd day of July. 1007.
L. S,       W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk,
W. II. KEARY, Mayor.
ORGANS, RANGES. STOVES,
BUREAUS, BEDSTEADS, ETC.
Rushton & Speck
 Tic	
SECOND-HAND   STORE
We also dc all  kinds
'of   general   repairing.
Sign   Man on  Wheel.
_k>luml la St. New Westminster.
Phone 2 75
We Eat to Live
But at the same time it   is  necessary to know what we are eating.
At KENNY'S Cafe
You can rely upon Getting the
Best op Everything.
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
L
Gifford's Big Sale
J
\ **b*y*y*y*y*y*y*y*b:*b:*y*2:*y* * * * * * * * * * * .������*.--*���
11
!���
[���
���
���
* $1.50 per Gallon
���     AT   	
LIME   JUICE
25c. a bottle
Northern
I RYALL'S DRUG STORE I
���
y*c*\'r*br-*b;*y*y*y*y*y*:2*:*: **.:*.r*:*y*y*y*:-*y*y*i>i*:r*A*i:^
^^.-rtrT.T^:7^7r-a,T��_r.-��;7.-; ___.-"'.'-,sj_j.,_aCT^��M_��Ka___cra__H^ >,
2 Transcontinental Trains 2
DAILY
Something Unique is
Cowan's
Coconut Cream
Icing
For
Cake
THE LADIES ARE CHARMED WITH IT.    MADE ONLY BT
THE COWAN CO.. Ltd., TORONTO
ED. UOL'LKT,
U. P. K. Agent.
New  Westminster.
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f
* Established 1887 Incorporated 1906 *
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer ot
!Gilley Bros. Ltd!
��� U/hnl_>c9lo   and   B_atail *
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Daily
Travel on the Famous
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
Electric-lighted train.    Low Rates.
yuick Time. Excellent Service.
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
AND ALL POINTS EAST
Steamshir Tickets on sale to all Euro-
: pean points,
special    Reciucid    Rates   Round   Trip
Rates   to   Southern   Caln'ornia.
j P'or full inf irmtion call on or write
y. E. LANG, General Agent,
430 Hastii .r- St., Vancouver, B, C.
A.  D. CHARLTON',
Portlan I, Ore.
"The Milwaukee"
'Tne   P:on'*r  Limited"   St.  Paul  to
Chicago,   "Short   Line"   Omaha   to
Chicago,  "South     West     Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
N'o   tr.inj   in   the   service   on   *-y
railroad  In  tiie..   world  that  equal    :i
equipment that of the Chicago, .'���    -
; waukee   &   St.   Paul   Railway.     Tl
��� I own  ani  op rite their own uleepn.tj
and dining cars on all! their trains a.' I
five   their   patrons   an   excellence   ������.
service not obtainable elsewhere.
H. S. ROWE. General Agent,
'ii TVeirH St., ror Airier   Portland. Or.
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Wholesale and Retail
DEALERS IN
WELLINGTON     LUMP    OOAL
W. IN. Draper
B. C.Land
Surveyor
Ellurd Zinc*.   New Westminster B.C
WELLINGTON  WASHED  NUT
AND PEA COAL.
COMOX COAL AND COKE.
CUMBERLAND FORGE COAL.
VANCOUVER  PORTLAND  CEMENT.
This celebrated Cement is
used by nearly all larpe contractors in the Province.
ROSEBANK  LIME.
MANITOBA   WOOD   FIBRE.
NEW  BRUNSWICK  PLASTER.
LIVERPOOL  SALT.
COMMON   BRICK.
PRESSED   FACE   BRICK.
FIRE  BRICK.
FIRE     CLAY     and     MANTEL
BRICK.
From the Clayburn Clay Co.
SEWER   PIPE.   DRAIN     TILE,
8AND, CRUSHED ROCK.
* Telephones: Office 16, Manager's Residence 122 i
* X
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Spokane falls & Northern Ry Co.
Nelson & FL Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
The only all rail route between all
points east, west and south to Rossland, Nelson and intermediate points
connecting at Spokane with the Greal
Northern, Northern Pacific and O. R.
& N. Co.
Connects at Rossland with the Canadian Pacific Railway for Boundarj
Creek- points.
Connects at Meyers Falls with
stage f1 \_ily for Republic.
Buffet service on trains between
Spokane  and  Nelson.
Effective    Sunday,    November    io.
I90t.
Leave Day Train
9-20 a.m. Spokane
12...5 p.m Rossland
940 a.m Nelson .
Grand Trunk
Excellent Train Service Betwi
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, ToroJ
Montreal, Quebec,
I Portland, Bos!
Ami all the principal ;cen|
ONTARIO, QUEBE     .  i the I
TIME I'i:   .   . ES,
Also to BUFFALO, i.i
PHILADELPHIA,     1 N    ml
For Time Table   . :re|
GEO.  W. VA'jX,
Assistant (len'l Pas
Agent, 135 Adams St ..|
Canadian Pacific Railwa!
���ritlkh  C'lumb a Coast L.\
Service.
TIME TABLE
B. C. Coast Line Service^
ALASKA ROUTE.
(Subject to chan ~|
Steamer. U f
Princess Beatrlc
Princess May '
Princess Beatrice. . ���'
Princess May   1
Princess Beatrice . .A
Princess May ' ;1
Princess Beatrice.. ��� ~-
Princess Maj   v- ���   -' '������
Princess Beatrl ���      '
VANCOUVER-VK
S.S. Princess VIctori 1     >��� ��� ''
ver, 1 p.m. daily.
Leaves Victoi i.e d
VICiORIA-SEA i'Tl
PRINCESS : Rl E
Leaves Victoria 11
at 8:30.
VICTORIA     NEW     WESTMINI
ROUTE.
S.S. Rithet
Leaves   Victoria   on
Friday at 7 a.m., and     ives Set
minster on  We Ines   1 "'
at 7 a.m.
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUj
S. S. Joan
l.e.i'.es Vani     .'.
WEST   COAST   ROUTE
Steamer Cueen City.
Leaves Victor
7th, and l ith each
quot;   leav".- V; 1 :'
Quatslno an i waj
LOWER FRASER RIVER R0Ll
Steamer Transfer
Leaves   New   West
day,  Ttn's.ia.,   Wedn    lay, 'rhl
and Fridaj   at
at 2 p. in. with additional tripe"1
day at 5 a. in
Leaves Stevesl m M ������ ������   w'
Wednesday, Thura la    tad SatW]
7 a. m.j Frielay at 6 a. m
triii Saturday B p. m.
UPPER FRASER R V'ER "'
S. S. Beaver
Leaves   New  We
Mondays, Wednesday3 tinl
Frill
Till
Arrive
��� 7 IS P-m.
.4.10 p.m
6.45 p.m.
Leaves Chiiliwack 7 1. nl-
Thursday  and   Saturdayr ��
landings   between   N iV   VpSl  '
and Chiiliwack. .,
NORTHERN B   C. R��    -|
S. S. Te��
^.   s   i'ii'I
Leaves Vancouver  1 J
.md 16th of each m ��� '* ^,J
Skldepate on first trip an I ''������' 1
on second trip. Time on arr |
departure are aPPTn,lm.at*tor 1
For   reservations   ami |
ca��� or Mrm ^
Agent, Now W^
Ant Oen. Pa����   4'-;;.' ...', ,'-2.
Opnonil oil'."''"1'
H. A. JACKSON.
ADVERTISE IN
thf n lA^RD'.V'
JUL    ���
PROFE
SSIONAL
?KaHS23aS^-��CE'Wff
THE DAILY NEWS.
*^7^D��   HOWES,   Barris
jffAY. Fi;-  .,..    etc..    42    U.rne
tere. �� ' ..    House.   New
_, ���- irl    House,   New
te*1' "���'" ' v  whealler, P.O. Pox
C*J  ,���  ... m::.
|.-:ir-'
" ^,i,r v EDMONDS. Barrie
ifHlrtS111:,;     tors, Blackle Blk,
I  ter'   ,.,,,       lew   West minster.
b^1"'. ,!"v..  '���   L. Edmonds.
, j, VM'.'"���	
aAjII i"N' BOLE, sollel
.aie court. Offices
Commerce   build
.,  opposite   post
h   '-;;:,.,      mster,    Money to
���or oft!
,jj .Vi. -i-!   >\  '������������.'��� .'.o.--c
:���'���-���    ���-���'-
,r,j  ....   ..-eti, liaiip HiK.,
;'.,.,...���.���. and Lome streets
j^1'1;:. -i to 24, 445Qrao
|��g Martin, K. C., .,
|!��.s'r ,  v,   U   McQuarrie,  ll. A
TjV~ .j.   Martin  wlH   be  in tli.
rJOUtl
MORE
BIG
i 1rCf E M eRTIN, Barrister and
f-^'���;,.,,  .     '..n block, Colun
UurfMcKi "'rs' New We����
taster. B. l ���
i myERS G^.^ib r. rrister, Solicitor
i,.;. .   ; .n practice since
E, ���    ;...aster. B.C.    Of-
I irtis Block, Clark
I a .....    i        Ite   Court  House.
fc,0 Bos 169    Ti lephone 64.
p HA N S FORD,    Barrister,
f, So'icll     etc., Crescent block,
Ijjer   Columl a     and      McKenzie
L.-j :,'. . v    tminster, B. C.
BARD OF TRADE.���New Westmin-
liter Board of Trade meets In the
lnoa.il Riiem. City Hall, as follows.
ton. V,' ; ��� day of each month
lQm.tfc.ly meetings on the Becond
Iwnes'lay of February, May,
lj_pis: tiii'l November, at 8 p, m.
UidiuI meetings on the second
Kdnesiliiy of February. Ne*
���ntoibers may be proposed and
Iat anj monthly or quarterly
Ir- i     A. lb Whi'e. Sec.
CIALS
�����*���������������������������������������������� ��.4,,��
'^ ********************
At LEE'S FURNITURE
and Drapery Store
*********************4^I
"-.-i>a.t ************
SECRET   SOCIETIES
fclUCITY   PRECEPTORY, No. 458
ll '���- K.    e.t    I ,    meets    fourth
Ifi'   if    ��� i h     month,    at     S
||L in   Orange   hall,   corner   of
��� ���    ��� :   ���    ind  Tth street.     So
tog Sir Knights   cordially   in
Ito atten,I.    \V.  B. Dunlop, \V
!-: I   .    .   Rest,
JHL ORANGE LODGE, NO. 1150
fleets m Orange hall first and
1 Friday In each month at 8 p,
l��  ��� ���  Lien aie cordially
Jilted to a tend,    W. Pope, W. M.,
Itaes H .-,-.. hn . . Rec.-Sec.
g.0. F.���AMITY  LODGE,  NO. 27���
. ��� tings  of this  lee lu.
�����reheld iu        ..   ewg. hall   ,.,   ,..
I ��� ���"" ��� Mon lay evening,
r ' ��������� Visiting brethren cor
Bj%Invited ',, attend. S. Gregory.
I ':  111. hmond, V. 0.; W. C.
patham. r   s .   j,  w    MacDonald,
lf'S'; a:'a    \ lams, Treas.
iVi'W-FRASER  LODGE  No. 3
j,   I  ' flrsl and third Tues-
trethrl "   ':    month.       ViBiting
H Invited to attend.
|S*.n  !"-A.O. U. W. hall. Odd.
3 Coni Clarkson  street.  C.
| rder;   Louis Witt
No. 1.
100 yards Swiss Muslin, coin spot,
ior sash curtains, 36 inches
wide, regular 25c, for 20c
No. 2.
36 only Purified Cotton Filled Comforters, size 72x72, with good
muslin coverings in various
colors, suitable for camping,
etc., and guaranteed to wash.
. Regular $2.50 for $2.00
Regular $2.75 for $2.25
No. 3.
40 only Imperial Oak Centre Tables,
highly polished, size 21x21,with
turned legs and bottom shelf,
regular $2.75, for $1.85.
This is an exceptional bargain.
No. 4.
Is another line of Centre Tables,
size 16x16.  Reg. 1.75, for $1.40
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JOHN A. LEE'S
Furniture Emporium
Dupcnt Block, Columbia Street, New Westminster |
Phone   73
I^HasKaffiSESES^^
Rf {J.^LUMBIA    LODGE    No.
P,.:    '        :'   ENGLAND.   B.   S.-
i ii " : ;s Second and
i. k   , ���������:���  nl each month.
! ", ��� Columbia St.. at
��� ���   e Degree, Fourtli
���   eli month, Bame
Visiting Brethren
K.   B.  Stinch
I   Disnev, Secretary,
..
J';:''
I
lt;'!:'...  :
We will sell tke balance
of our stock ot
-���    :' 'STTE. No. 4099, I.O.F.
Bool "'  Friday  in  the
ki.il, o,i,i. "' '"��� [I>  the small
block.      Visit inn
I'ttel   j  , dially Invited to at
UaXv��� "  n, C. H.;  F. P
'     I ���
TEA SETS
fOURTRnv .
A. o. p    .?L COLUMBIA, No. 68C3.
V ,./ i   tilar meetings ol
?-t.| I,, '��� .rn the Second
l�� J,, ',.,' s of each month
At 20 Per Cent. Discount
Off Regular Prices.
p. in
��� '��� Oddfellows' Hall,
���Ued I   "       ' i   ire cordialy  in
'.Ma. E. C. Firth, C. R.;
ADAMS y DEANS
Fhe
at_ ,,LE '���'���'���   everv
�� o
Nce ffiee
^ ft
3  OF  TEM-
������'very Wednesday
m., In Oddfellows'
:,:''    street     Visiting
' dally Invited to at-
j^��� Burr, 3. Ci N. r. Brow-,
'��, <\ i
lend
������ON-
"a OF i
c2?IATlOCr':TVA,ND BENEFIT AS
Ti?Mp.l9ll:L,ORDOFTHE ISLES
Shingle and Saw Mill
MACHINERY
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Do you know that I carry in stock the
best Pianos made in the Domini on?
PIANOS
KEW SCALE WILLiAMS, DOM/MO.',
nordheimer.
ORGANS-
bell, DOhERTY AND SHERLOCK MANNING.
TALKING MACHINES���
EDISON,   VICTOR AND COLUMBIA.
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Over 6000 Records to choose from. My store ia the
ilace for yon to visit when lonesome. Hear our lati sl
lentlily Records and you will take them home with
you if y<>u have a Talking Machine. If noi let me sell
you one. None need say he cannot not a machine, Mj
new easy paymeut plan enables all to have a Talking
Machine. 1 want to sell to every family in this district. You will be surprised how easy it will be for yo i
in have a Piano, a Sewing Machine or n Talking Mac
ine in your house.   REMEMBER T11K PLACE
J. H. TODD, 1
Agent for Singer and Wh
New Westminster's  Music   House,
urr Blk, Col'bia St.   Phone A278
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MARKET
REPORT
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The Bupplj ot produce al yesterday's market was not so large as in
former weeks, owing to the pressure
of haying operations In the district,
which prevented the farmers from
coming In with their produce. There
was a fair quantity of fowls and
traits from Helta and nearby Surrey
I oints. which suld readily. Prices remained not mai. and before noon nearly all the stock offered for sale ha.!
been clean i out.
Meats.
Beef was no! plentiful and the demand for that kind of meal was nol
'.risk. Un!) first class goods sold at
S 1-2 and up to 9 L-2 cents for hindquarters an i fr na ti to 7 for fronts.
Mutton was ln excellent demand and
under a i.tieit iiM.ly sold at from 13
to 11 cents ,.< :  pound.
Veal v.;.- [airly plentiful an 1 the
demand was strung, the hulk of the
supply going al i! cents. Lamb sold
at 16 cents under a very strong demand. The iipply was not equal to
the di man ' The quantity of h ms
on sale was .. -.'.��� much short of the
supply and the stock _>oid oul readily.
Eleven cents per pound was the ruling price.
Produce.
Thirty cats wholesale for eggs and
thirty-five retail was the quotations
on Lhal ia: oi,. ml commodity j e I
day, Eggs hav... been steadily rising
in price foi se v< ral weeks and yesterday's high prices were firm in spite
of the large supply that was In evidence. A large quantity of butter was
disposed of a1 30 cents while the better grade pul up by the star manufacturers of Di Ita and Surrey unloa I-
i d iheir g. .i  I.- ui 2b cents.
There was o fair supply of fowls
and all wa i sold out at quotation .
namely $7 Lo !^ for good hit.Is, and
$3.50 to $4.50 foi chickens. There w lb
also a fail offering of ducks whi li
wont iat :������ n $5.50 to $6.50 a doi ��� n.
The Jeman l for .lacks was not Bl i n !
as the birds are still undergrown
Although I he .-tock of potatoes \ .
particulai b   hug"   trading     Wl .
heavy in thai commodity owing l
stoi k in Ing   ,.; :-��� ���- reen,    No old ��� i-
tatoes wi   ���  offered for sale   Th<     il
Ing  quotal l< "���   were  |1.5 I an i     I
I t Back.
Quite a hai ge steei k of currantB �� b .
on tale which Bold nl from >S K<$ 9'
("nts for no, ck currants and six cents
for red < urrants,
A large, numbei of horses an i
were sold by Suction.
Hotel Guests.
Guichon���R. L. Newson, Vancouv r,
It. Bennett, Winnipeg; A. E, Bur-
gess, Toronto; J, Speer and wife. Vancouver; I., tl. Lindsay, Port Moody;
Aiihur Poole, Toronto; 10. A. Wilmot,
Vancouver; R. I,. Clark and Wife,
'.'ancouver; M. Cooper and wife, Seat-
tie; R, E, A. Nesbro, Empress of India; .1. Trewt llu, (.'hilllwack; M. W.
Moore, Beattle; J. Ei. Andree, Win-1
aipeg; S.  11. Allison, Vancouver.
Windsor���J.   E,   Williams,  Oskosh,
Wis.;  ,1.  Mortimer and wife, Vancou- i
ver;   A.   (J.   Goady,   Ladner;   C.   T.
Htirver, Clayburn; C. H. Levere, Chll- .
tfwack; J. McConnell. Chilllwacfc    P
'B, Knnis ami family, Winnipeg; M. ii.
Gray, Bellingham; Mrs. ll. Hagerford, ]
l). Hagerford, Mission.
Colonial��� .1. H. Lettie. ' T. K. B.
tiolsti a I, .1. 'I ieoinpson, Vancouver; W.
s. Myers, Goldfleld, .\e.ii.; A. Hayi ���.
Mounl i.e hman.
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X       22 lots one block from the
I Vancouver car line.
I Street front and rear.
| $175 Each
I $30 Cash, Balance $10 Per Month
| P. PEEBLES 81 .
| 270 Columbia St.      NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.     Phone 307 X
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A Good One
House on Tth Avenue, near 4th street.
Five rooms, hall and pantry, and electric light. Nice lot, stable and chicken
run.     Price $1800,   favorable terms.
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THOS. R. PEARSON. Manager
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE
N/  - = .   J...  ..
Adams' Celebrated Truss  Rod
lso Studebaker, Standard and Steel Skein Mountain Wagons, farm Trucks, &c.
Agents for the J. .1. Chase Threshing Machinery,
T. J.  TRAPP <& CO.
Limited
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.      Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
HEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO.
ft.  B,  WALKER,  President ALEX.   LAIRD,  General  Manager.
A GENERAL  BANKING    IIUSINESS TRANSACTED.
FARMERS' BANKING.
Every facility afforded  Farmers for  their banking   business.    Sales  Notes
cashed   or taken   for collection.
BANKING   BY  MAI Iy���Deposits   may lie made or withdrawn oby mall.
Out-of-town accounts receive every attention.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH���H. R. DAVIDSON, Managvr.
OPEN   SATURDAY  EVENINGS. 8 TO 9 O'CLOCK. - THE  DAILY  NEWS.
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THE DAILY NEwS
Published by the Daily News Pub-
shing   Company   Limited,   at   their
illc-es,   corner   of   Sixth   and   Front'
streets, New Westminster, B. C.
E.   A.  Paige Manager
ADVERTISING   RATES.
Transient display advertising, 10
cents ner line (nonpareil), 12 lines .o
the inrh. Five cents per line for
subsequent insertions.
Reading notices, bold face type, 20
cents per line, brevier or nonpareil,
10 cents per line.
For time contracts, special positions, apply to advertising manager.
Notices of births, marriages or
deaths. 50c. Wants, for sales, lost
or found, rooms to let, etc., one cent
per word. No advertisement taken
for less than 23 cents.
TELEPHONES.
WINDSOR SALT is ���
Canadian salt ��� guaranteed by a
Canadian company. No one
guarantees the purity of imported
salts. Insist on having WINDSOR
SALT. 195W
Day Office   	
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Niaht   Office   	
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SATURDAY,  JULY  27.
1907.
oui that it Is the Canadian Pacific,
and not the G. T. P., thai is Importing them; and the Canadian Pacific
(not without cause) is the Btrong
friend and ally of the McBrlde government and the Tories generally, just as
the Columbian is, to compare great
tilings with small.
As for "conspiracy," we believe that
a little investigation in the neighborhood of Jifffttes Bay would disclose a
very neat "conspiracy" indeed���or
i'ii:her strong circumstantial evi lence
of the existence of such a conspiracy;
but of that wo have not tini" : > write
further now.
layman to meddle with, and as the
law officers of the crown did not see
fit to take It up, it was allowed, us we
have sail, to drift. In bringing the
matter up in a way to force a settlement, Mr. Justice Clement has done
the whole community a service.
We. of course, prouounce no opinion as to the law. but it is quite evident lhat all doubt in such a matter
should be set at rest.
Should it be decided that any of the
divorces which have been granted by
our judges were not good in law, it is
of course to be taken for granted lhat
an act of parliament will at once lie
���>assed to declare them valid, so that
the law's mistakes shall not be visited
ujion those who acted in good faith on
the illegal decisions of the court.
CLASSIFIED   ADVERTISEMENTS
GEMS
WANTED���Waitress,
restaurant.   ���
apply    Kenny's
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QUITE SHAeVIELESS.
The McBrlde organ in tin.-- city had
an article day before yesterday, entitled "A White Man's Country," which
is aboul us lino i e sample of shameless
li> poi risj as oi, . i mid well Imagine,
Everybody who Is al all acquainted
with public affairs, and the side lights
thereon, knows thai the McBride governmenl is in favor nt' Oriental Immigration, .in.I would re bo the Chinese
head tax to $100 tomorrow;, If il hal
tin- power���and the pluck. Everybody
knows that, the Tories refused to stop
Chinese immigration, and that the
government of Sir Wilfrid Laurier ili.l
.stop it; yet the Columbian, which
supports McBride ami ilu- Tories,
l>-eses as advueatf of "A White Man's
Country," and speaks as if Sir Wilfri'l
Laurier, who stopped Chinese immigration, were to blame, for the recent
importation of a Im of Japanese to
work on the Canadian Pacific railway!
It win in. remembered theat the Columbian and other McBri le papers,
jus: before the provincial general elec-'
tion in February last, started a yarn
that ihe Liberal party of the province,
the Ottawa govi rnment, an.l the G. T.
P. railway company had entered into
te "conspiracy" lo impori n "horde" of'
Japan..;-., to build thai railway. Now
the Japanese are coming, Im; i; tui n i
ABOUT   DIVORCE   LAWS.
Day before yesterday, Mr, .1 istice
Clement, sitting in the civil assize
court at Vancouver, raised a question
which, some people have long th i ight,
should have been raised years ago The
question is In facl a double one. \.j
formally pul by the learned |u I je, it
is:
"J. Has iie ��� supreme car; of British Columbia anj jurisdiction in
divorce cases, and In thai case Is
there any decision binding upon mo
that it has such jurisdiction?
"2. Has a single judge any jurisdiction in bear cases falling within
Section I of R. S. B. C, Cap, 62?
and in that connection, an i If so, ig
such decision binding upon him?"
Some fourteen or fifteen years ago.
. ttention was called in the' legislature
to the existence of room for doubt as
to the first point, but the matter was
allowed to drift, largely, we believe,
because of a feeling thai British Columbia should not move in the direction of calling in question a right
which she had held and exercised before she joined the Dominion, and
which, the supporters of the legality of
our divorce court said, she ha I carried, unimpaired, into confederation.
Some people though! at the time referred to, and have continued to think.
thai the government should have procured a final settlement of the question by competent authority; but as
it   was a very delicate  matte.- foi   n
WANTED���Position by an engineer
with  marine and    B. C. stationery
31
LOST���A pocket book on corner of
Fifth avenue and Twelfth Btreet,
finder kindly return to News office,
STRAYED���Onto the premises of D,
W, Bray, a black calf, Owner can
have same by paying cost of adver-
tisemenl an I l< ->��� i,
$5,000 Worth of Loose Stones and Mounted.
Diamonds,  Rubies, Sapphires, Emeralds and
stones of every variety.
HORACE DORER
Goldsmith     Silversmith     Diamond Merchant
COLUMBIA STREET, NEXT TRAM OFFICE.
L08T���Ladies Brooch, between Lytton hotel an.l tram office. Finder
plea.-,., return to Lytton hotel and
receive reward.
EMPLOYMENT AGENCY���We furnish help of all kinds, farm, bush,
saw mill, railroad labor, hotel help,
etc., etc. male or female. Write
Canadian Pacific Employment Agcy.
506 Cordova street west Vancouver.
HOUSE   AND   TWO   LOTS  to   rent,
splendid   location;   corner site on
car line, eight minutes    from    post
office.     Apply   P.   A.   Daily   News
office.
FOR   SALE���One   second-hand   range,
suitable for large restaurant or log-
ging camp, 6ftx3ft.61n.   Apply to Alex
Speck, Second Hand Store, Speck Blk.
TIMBER LANDS���We deal exclusive
ly in timber. Have large and smai.
tracts on water. If you wish tr
buy or sell, see me. 5. R. Chandler.
407 Hastings  St.,  Vancouver, B.C.
-Noiice lo Milk Consumers, T
THERE ARE ONLY A Rj
EEFT Of THE
\\...  the   un lerslgne I   n;..    de b. ���:.-
    vend irs of the city and  elistriet
SVesti Inster,   :���. I   rebj  coven :.;, promise   in I agre .
th    firsl   laj  of August, 1907, we will |
!,..'  sell milk    under    tie'    following
prices     Hotels,  28   cents  pei   gallon; ~   '	
als0 30 acres of level land with 1820 foot water!'
���ontage, ol
[���e, on the Great Northern RaiW
irth ,-agreed that all customers using  j mi}e f,,)m the b,.j
ts must pay for san ������ -'    :tlj  in
e !���. otherwise  no reduction  for __     # ^. ^^
made; r   HCCj    5j>0    DCf   TOOt.
onl;   on one dollar's purchase of tickets will eleven quarts be given.                                                  OX  EASV  TERMS.
BRDHAUT &  BOO    I 	
.1   FLEG-ER,
,1. E. MURPHY,
J.  McGILL,
F   W. SMIT f,
S. M.  LAREY,
1'. THRUSSELL,
Hale &  Lan
AGENTS FOR CITY AND FARM PROPER!
; your BUSINESS BY ADVER 248 Columbia St., NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
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For Today Only
a. STORE , , .������ -���.f j
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NONE BETTER THAN
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WE ARE
"SPECIAL AGENTS
Bag Shoe House
[  TERE is a glorious Oxford opportunity.    Would you like to save a few dollars on
[  I   Shoes?   It's an easy proposition.   Just note the prices below and you'll see
how it is done.   All our Ladies' and Men's Oxfords will be placed on sale for
Today Only, and you can get them for almost half price.   There's plenty of
time yet to wear Summer Shoes.   Come along today nnd you can make -j-'l do the
work of $2.  Run your eye over these inducements.   Can you stay away.
Ladies'$4.50 ancl  $5.00 Oxfords, in patent       Ladies'$5.00 Tan Oxford for     $3.00
leather, for     $3.50
r   r   .*otn     ^wmrw   i   ���   w- ��� tr-j   '   Ladies' $3.o0 and $4.00 Tan Oxford..   $2.25
Ladies' $3.50 and $4.00 Oxfords in Vici Kid
and Gun Metal     $2.50   ;   Ladie's $.3.00 Tan Oxford     $1.75
Ladies' $8.00 Oxfords, American Make $2.00   j   Ladies, $g00 pink an(] ))luc Canvag $22g
Ladies'$2.50 Oxfords, American Make $1.75   I        ,.   ,
t   r   - *i -     ,^AnAnr.        ,   ,        ,       Ladies' $2.00 \\ hite Canvas     $1.50
Ladies' $1.75 and $2.00 Odd Lines, but good
Shoes, for     $1.00
Men's $5.00 ancl 5.50 pat. Oxfords for   $4.00
Men's $5.00 brown and light tan for..    $3.75
Men's $4.00 and $4.50 Oxfords in Gun Metal
and Vici Kid, for     $3.25
Men's $2.50 Oxfords, good make for..    $1.75
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Also Big Cut in all Misses and
Children's Black and Tan Oxfords and White Canvas Slippers.
Tliese prices are for Today only.   So don't miss tiie opportunity. Act quickly.
THE SIGN Of THE BIG ELECTRIC BOOT, COLUMBIA
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HERE'S A LIST OF
Bargains
[hat claim your quick at-1
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jention.  July Sale.   Come:
arly and often, and profit |
L on Utile Things.
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for..
.:   I<./.
i erchlef
5c
DC
DC
25c
HunJker-
V, ;, -
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      25c
Collars
     25c
and
...     15c
.1c yard
\m on Linens
1  S ip ..ins for
12 dozen.
eft f,-} 1 Table
$3.50
n Napkins
.(2.25 dozen.
'   ���    . Napkin*
liiazen,
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<.JC
ror
70-in.
50c yd.
Boy Dress Goods lor less
m0 yards Fai
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1: egular  loi .
i -:--.- Window    llspla
11.00 Sh tntuni  Sill
75c yard.
22 _
35c
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50c
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s_rl Mus-
...    8c
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10c  and  5c  yd.
Muslin,
d ..171 , '
 65c yd
'���;       ..'.    .    51.    0
Cur-
      $4.50
$2.95
B         50c
nnani ��� of 60   V        ,. ���
.   20c yard.
Remnants -    for
20c
Remnants of Zep    rs    for
20 yard.
;      cants of 40 lams
or 20c yard.
Renin inl -       21     Muslins f ir
10c yard.
engths 12 yard j      ��� er
0 . ends li   the offering.
lac 40-ln. Aaron    *
Oingiiams, 12 l-2c yard I
"   ''. :       : ..   - $5.00
.. i \\ hite Lawn \\ lists, 50c
���_.". Moreen - I ���: .. 75c
Stripe Pecal Sk - 75c
" Twee I Ski ir .. $2.50
' . White Bal sti Coi - ts 1.45
. Lustre SI li     for  ,    $2.95
i Wash Skirts      95c
. wi   ���   Piq      Skirts   $1.50
r w $1.50
���   an ;   -1'       D
.  ��� -        $1X0
$4.1 : -       .- . .
      $3.00
; ir   $5
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i     V\ rappers, si    ���    ; t<
���   ..;  95c
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g iming
. the   i! '
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H. SMITH
267 and 271 Columbia Str;:;;!. Mew Westminster.
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Block of 30 Lots
9 Lots West End
100
Kamloops St.
East end (each)
Fifth St. ^ .
Nanaimo St.
4th Avenue
$2100
1700
450
600
225
150
450
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EOD, MARK & CO.
"i Land Specialist
New  Westminster
'5      THE   DAILY   NEWS.
l-^iA*, _��.��__ ���'��
SI return h ime
: ��� . . en ling a couple of
mdarj bay.
Eag ��� ���   ... -finitely decided
1   ll!���'��� ���������   .-     ��� of h.illing    their
o on the water, and are now trying to make some rangement for a
special train ; i ba e   in excursion to
ngham in the irs ��� of a couple
11  ��-eeks
cut fi iwers, . luquets or fun-
ei designs telephone T. Davies &
Son   I'. 208,
earn is ri cently finlsh-
e-elling C .  : street, m-ar the
'-���       Citj  b .        Th ��� road has been
Impi       .    ,:: :    now    has    a
- irfiai ..... |  couple    of
ago   was succession    of
and  :..... .... -
��� ' of fals i sol   fell hat,
stub up bj the
Iii e yestei la    ifte no en at the cor-
ul  Ti !.::,.,. Oak s :������ el
Mclnl >-      ��� mis lng
.   the .. wa: ler in i   anv
Mr. Kirk, a sexuagenarlan of Sapperton, died rather sud U nly .,- his
residence yesterda) afternoon about
.-ix o'clock.    The deceased bad been
' feeling unwell since the previous day,
and a clot of blood on the brain Is supposed to have been the cause iif death.
The deceased leaves a widow, three
sons and five daughters to mourn liis
| loss.    One daughter is  Mrs. Johnston.
j of Vancouver.    Mrs. John  Deacon, 01
I Plumpers pass is a Bister, and John
Deacon, of the Vancouver police department, is a nephew of the deceased,
Mr. Kirk came here from Manitoba
ahout nine months ago and took up
his residence on Kenrj street, Sapperton,
S..F. Mark, the n al estate man, figured prominently in a Bmashup on Columbia streel on Thursdaj evening,
the outcome of which waa a damaged
buggj and a gashed face for a gentleman whei was the. central figure In
the- tragedy, Two buggies were following each other near the Crescent,
when an auto hove In sight, coming In
the opposite eli reci inn.   All three were
ONE OF THE
GREATEST DEMONSTRATIONS
IS NOW GOING ON OF
DURKUS SAL1D DRESSING
By Miss Williams.
Receipe Book given away FREE, at
The Public Supply Stores
GEORGE ADAMS, Prop.
nd   mum eque     for  the  travelling at a fair rate of speed, and
":�� of th   r ma ndei       himself.      the crash was sudden and unexpected.
i The driver of the first buggy suffered s nni- injury in jumping from liis
seat, and  wns  the only  one  Injured.
ill kin Is of    ���   ���  .... - and pot-
���-I plants, see Tid; . t . ��� florist.
��� Mis ill :.    .        ... the   Wes
- ���   u disl   ch .;. .   ivill hold  a trolley
. "���   to Stanley -.:\ Friday    of
: exi   week     \  -    clal  car will  leave
'  ���     Irani    offi I ul      six-thirty
o'clock, and will  pick  up  passengers
j at Sixth and Elg     iven n -.   The pro-
, ��� eds will be  no ite I to t ie Mission
circle Improvemi n   fund.
End   Mr. Mark rendered first aid to the Injured man. who was Later removed to
' his home.
On account of a large number of
baseball players having gone to Ladner last evening on the excursion, the
attendance at the park was very small.
and the baseball practice which was
intended to be a lively one, was some-;
thing of a fizzle, ine redoubtable ll.
Ryall was on the ground with a couple
of his Old-Standbys, however, and a
fair practice was had by the aid of
a few fence flowers who wera niust-
��� :       Into  the  bailie-.    Mr.  Uvall,  who
The steamer   H; I   which   has
I n   loading   lum i ; the   Fraser
river saw  mills : iuishe I    taking    on
cargo 51 stei lay, and  w III  drop   [own
���In- stream - tm I Ime co la;.    Sin. will
:���;!"! '. u ��hich
, . .._.,..,,     g]ie  has apparently assumed the captaincy
point
has aboul  1,850,0< I fee!    i
the  lum ei
of  the new   bunch,   was  disappointed
| with   tiie   turn-out.   hut     trusts    that
Contracts   ha\ in     igned   with nothing shorl of a birth In the familyl
'ii ��� Maple !. Vane uver    la- will keep the plajers  from being on
crosse clul - of V in    iv< .    -   i al :hes hand Tuesday evening, when they will
to be      yi     a N       '.'���-���'. inster dur- plaj  the regulars, In accordance with
lng exhi   tion \ vhei our- I      accepted challenge.
sided tournan.i e played, the
; locals and one <    th    iea ling teams of
tern Cann        irtl      iting
You'll Have
To Be Quick
, o   Kamloops are In the '
Guichon hotel.   T ���   lie i   merely
for th     eoliday si ad    cpect to
email ��
..       '.;   . . mghtei   of Dr,
..-.    i was
lent of tl ut twenty
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Ed,  Fi Icl .    J : . ��� Roj   ' Cit;
has received u is. i
will  ha ,'e it in        imlssi m    in    i
,.   .��� r days.   1
twenl ��� '      ��� '
a  fa it clip.    ;    ; ���    Mr.
en to 1 ' Incoming
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attra
A   series   of  matches   between   the
Westminster    intermediate     lacrosse
ai I the interme liates of Fair-
view, Vancouver, wlll be played ln the
m ax:ji il n ���'.  if ele ��� offer  ��bich it   Is
eff    ..   ���.   ..- ori!.. be made iei the
New Westminster bunch  is accepted!
N    Fairvii sv club has Held a meeting,
and ebe pro] .'-i!lon has been fn\ irnbly
considi ri I.    The   plan   :-   to  have   i
Icked  team   m ide up of Royal  City
-,    i . ��� ers in- ���   rag th - Falr-
\ le '.   boys  on  : bei    i   ��� n  ground, and
later  the   Fairview   boys are-  to give
loc eis a rei urn match.    No formal
reposition has yel  been made to the
New Wi stminster c lubs.
Boys' Shirt waists with petached
collars; Regular 75c lines.
Now 50c the Waists.
Boys' Shirt Waists, attached collars; formerly 50c Lines.
Now 35c the Waist while
they last.
Boys' Russian  Suits, one-half price to clear.
Boys' Sailor Blouses, one-half price.
YOU CAN ALWAYS DO BETTER HERE.
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Quality and  Price
you get supplies for the pantry you wanl
"li-     Then when you want flood
TEA   AND   COFFEE
1 -bi- you call on the man wh�� malo    a s|
n, und get value for your mon ,
���nonds Tea Co. ��"**
Why
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3   v 111 ' ������   : enstrui ted  al ag  the
:i_       ... ���:. ��� lumber to be
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���y]u. sr0 iritish journ ilists who
arc :.���.������     . '    ' ' Wril '   : '
ntry for their
espectl spapers will  be ent ir-
ilnster If pres-.
i    .. notwitbftan ling
. -.;..: ,r has not been
���   di  Itinerary.   Mindful of M
rspaper advertising: Is
.   ;. Bdvertlstng   thai   ������������
��� in. a number   of Ideal
..- en  bare -eee    discussing
i   .-  jet   ag the Journalists j|
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be  co:'3t  in about a
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Advertising   Results Sure.
The value of a Ivertlsing articles lost
and found in 'Im Daily News was more
. u fully demonstrated the past i wo
-  days.    A   lady  losl    a    gold    nuggel
ioeh, within two hours of the advertisement appearing,   a   gentleman
.,1" i al   th 'flee Beating    he had
found ii. while em  Friday morning, n
��� ;��� a  inn.p. ig,  containing $12,    ad-
rtlse i  as  lost, was  returned to the
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SHOW    UP    THE    BARE   SPOTS
Call and seejmr new linos of FURNITURE.      The. best i f
woods,  the latest of patterns,   the best of workmanship,  and
the most reasonable of prices.
W. E. FALES
FURNITURE    EMPORIUM
716 and 718 Columbia St.      Four Floors.      Rear Extension.  Front St,
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\\e- bave made arrangements with the Pickard's Btudlos of Chicago, to srad
a representative to New Westminster, to give an exhlbil In our store on
Friday and  Saturday, July 26  and 27.
In this exhlbil will be shown hundreds of the most  beautiful  specimens of
i ..��� arl of china Painting ever produced,   Tho color schemes are brilliant,
The gold work is .-,i111��� ei> exquisite. But the prices arc nol high. All of Pick
aid's china possesses a harmonious, satisfying richness that has never been
successfully Imitated.   The store will be completely filled with the lit; ���
None of the pieces in this exhibit are tor sale.   But anybody who wishes a
duplicate of any of thi-.ei. pieces can have It painted to or.lot, and delivered
al .ni..' time In the future,   This win also be b nomi opportunltj  to place
special orders for Pickard's Monogram and White and Gold China
Wo will make a very elose price on any pieie ordered in this way, as we
have no money lied up In special pieces which are  paitted  to order, and
can afford to sell in this way cheaper than  where we  car. n    the  goods    In
hi nek. >
Wo are, however, going to put some of Pickard's hand-painted China in
stock for cur Fall trade, and we are particularly anxious to get. an expression of oninion from the- ladles of our city who are interested in things artistic, as to the merits of the different decorations.
W. C. CHAMBERLIN, THE JEWELER
���^mm*,m*swm THE DAILY NEWS-
SATURDAY, j
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JULY
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CHURCH
SERVICES
Holy Trinity cathedral, Rev.A. Shildrick, rector. Holy Communion, 8a.m;
Matins, sermon and holy communion;
11 a.m., evensong and sermon,   at   7
Blue Mountain School House, North
road���Service at 3 n. m.
Salvation Army���Services as usual
In  the Army hall.
St. Peter's Cathedral (Roman Catholic)���Sunday Mass al 8 an.l 10 a.m.;
C techism at 2.35 p.m.; Evening Devotions, 7 p.m.
Anglican church���Services at St
Mary's Sapperton: evening prayer and
-, rmon every Sunday at 7 o'clock;
first Sunday  In  the month, morning
Don't Make a
Mistaki
Rev. W.  E.  Jones,  pastor.  Service in j
the Easi BurnabJ schoolhouse at 3:15
p.m.    Every  service at  7:30 In  the
West Burnaby scho dhouse,
ADVERTISE IX THE DAILY NEWS.
p. m.; S. S., 2:30 p. m. Cathecism last prayer with a celebration of the Holy
Sunday in month In church. Evensong communion at 11 o'clock; Sunday
and sermon hy rector, 7 p. m : dally gchool at 2:30 p. m.
service at 9:30 am. and 5 p.m. excepl gt Alban's Burnaby���Morning
on Friday, when Evensong is said at prayer with st.rmon every Sunday at
7:30, Holy Communion every Thurs- , u ;....,,,,... exoept tlu. flrst Sunday in
.. .mil sainl's day at 5> a.m.. Choii (])<j lnfinI|]> wh(,n fh(_ Bervioe will be
;  actice on Friday after Evensong.        ...   :,  O.clock in ,h,,  afternoon.    Rev.
St, Barnabas���Rev. C. W. Houghton iD  Dunlop, H. A., priest in charge.
rector   -   Morning       prayer       and      Burnaby and  Soilth side Mission-
litany  il  a, m.; evening   prayer,    7
p, m.;  Bible class, 2 p. m.;    Sunday
school, :: p. m.; baptisms after Sunday
school,
St. Paul's Reforme l Episcopal
church���Rev. A. de B. Owen, rector
Divine worship Sunday, il a.m. and
7 p.m.; .Sunday school, 2:30 p.m.|
Prayer meeting on Thursday al 7 30
p. m.   All are welcome.
Ollvel Baptlsl church -Rev. M. U
Rugg, D.D., pastor. Preai hlng i a
Sunday at ll a.m., an I al 7 p.m.; Sun
day school and bible cl isses al 2:30
p :n.; Young !'. oples mei ting
Monday evening tit 8 p.m.; Mldww I:
ing at .s p. m.
Queen's Avenue Methodist���Rev. W
H. Barraclough, B A., pastor. Services1
at il a.m. aad 7 p.m.; Sunday school <
and    Bible   Class    at    2:30    p.    m.
West End  Methodist���Rev. Mr. Magee, pastor.    Services, 11 am. and 7
p.m.; Sunday school 2:30 p.m.; morning subject, "Tbe cares of the Kingdom;" evening, "The unfailing guide."
Sapperton    Methodist. ��� Rev.    L.I
Thomas, pastor,   Sunday services. 11
a.m. and 7 p.m.; Sunday school, 2:30
p.m.; Epworth League, Monday, g p.m.
evening service.
St. Andrew's Presbyterian���Rev. .1.
S. Henderson, pastor. Sunday services 11a.tu. and 7 ji.m.; Sunday sclc oi
and Bible Classes, 2:30 p. m.
Rev. Mr. Scott, of Manitoba, will
preach morning ami evening.
West Presbyterian���nev, t. Ward-
law Taylor, M.A., Ph.D.. minister.
Services 11 a.m. ajul 7 p. m.: Sunday
school 10 a. in.: prayer meeting Wednesday at 8 p.m.;    morning   subject,
"Christian Conduct:" evening subject, J GENERAL MACHINE and ENGINE
"The     Stability     of     Ihe     Christian
Peal Estate in New Westminster will double and treble in value
during the next few years. Lots that could be purchased last year
fcr $50 cannot be bought for love or money now under $100, in
many instances $200 could not buy them. Acreage sold last year
for $65 and up cannot now be purchased under $150 and yet we
are a long way off the real value.
Two aci'es in block, corner of llth Street and
Royal avenue, invaluable for industrial site,
$4,500. One half cash,
balance to be arranged.
1
House am! cottage
, ,   rents  for $25,
0 ..   ��� .:-���   ti rms,
nn i 'olumbia .-' ,
cottage r<u- $1-':
... town-
70x78 fl
Subdivision oi b I 46, block 6, com
prising some of tbe finest resldentii
sites in the city for Bale excluslvel.   down stairs; parlor, dining room, klt-
120 acres, E 1-4, see
ship 9, Maple Ridge, I ban
am 38x70 ft., 6-room  bo ieh .   'all   ���
ni erly new : 70 acres clean i  50 acres
under cultivation; balance as pasture.
cleared, 2 acre.-   of   orchard;
eo !  rich bottom land;  2 good  wells
and creek; $100 per acre: $4,000 cash,
alance easy.
House 30x42, 4th St., between 4th
and ath Ave.; 2 single and 1 double
bedrooms    upstairs,    and  bath room
! :
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
lor CONRAD, CARCROSS. ATLIN,
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON and
FAIRBANKS. Daily trains (except
Sunday) carrying passengers, mail,
���xpress and freight connect with
��� tages at Carcross and White He.
maintaining a through winter service
Foi  information apply to
J.  H.  ROGERS, Traffic  Manager,
Vancouver. B. C.
Westminster Iron Works
by us. This magniflct nt property is
situated on the oi ro rs of Fourth avi ���
nue, First street (facing Queen's-
park- and Emory Btreet, comprising]
In all ten 33x120 foot lots facing on
First street at $700 (exempting the corner lot facing Fourth avenue aril
First street, held at $1000); two lot-
Urn Fourth avenue. 42 1-2x120, al $600
'per lot; four lots, 52 1-2x85, $45C:
five lots, $400. Call at our office on
Fro-.it street r.nd inspect plans.
Three ful sized lots on Fifth avenue
north side between First-,and Second
streets. No. 5, 6 and 7. Price $400
each or $1100 for the three.
Full sized lot, north side of Hamilton street between Sixth and Eight;,
streets; $225.
then and pantry. Full sized lot run-
ning back to Ash St. Price $3,800;
$1,500 cash, balance at $500 per year
al 7 per cent.
Z\_   storey   house,   10  rooms,   also
...���rn Improvements; lot 66x132;
lane at back; part of lot set out with
fruit trees and nice lawn. Price
$2,750. $1,500 cash, balance 0 and 12
months at 7 per cent.
1 lot No. 24 on 13th. street south
side of 4th avenue,    Price $200 casb.
7 lots Nos. 81 to 86 and 95, 96 faces
on Sth avenue, next to Guntis ranch,
4 lots cleared without a stump; small
house, chicken house, 175 choice
chickens; horse and  rig;  $1500 cash.
1 1-2 liouse, C rooms and flush
closet on 4th avenue, one lot from 2nd  an<'fJ <-n ,ime at 7
One acre, corner of
Aukland and I III! Street
and Koyal Avenue
$2,500
160 acres. 2 miles from city.
$-10 per acre
Two lots on 18th street, between  7th and 8th avenues.
1 full size lot, block 0, lot 14,
St. Patrick's Square; Price
$450.
1 lot, 55V4X166, Tenth street,
ofl Queen's avenue. Price $450.
Terms $200 cash, balance terms
to suit.
i oni
months.!
to    10  moi
No. 310.���'9-roomed House anel hath
room, Agnes St. $3,000; hi cash,
balance 3 and 6 months at 7 %.
24 acres
front;     12 acn -J
house, lath and ��� b'wooil
chicken ban trees!
kinds,     Price    i Termi(
cash, balai
$3,500, subject
lease. .Fine residence for sail
2nd Street, corner Fourth Avi
Splendid location, now rented)
$30.00 per month; lease can bl
tended if purchaser so des,red
good paying investment, .Terrrf
be arranged.
Double   '���;.' i ... |'q|
1st and 2nd St; Price I
cash half an I ha     i 6 m ..��� ..;
Ri nts for Ji" i ml
40 acres u section 11, N, -..,..m
of Tn. 2, about ! mill - from bril
ll.iworth road, Su ey; house]
] u, storey bouse, ms finiiM
other 2 can be i -J
shack; 1 .-i  acres i ��� ared anei i
with clover, red; fai |
One  mile  from shingle mill,
$1,200;.   terms ball  cash, balai
months at 7 '..
Xo. "12.���8-roomed
room, Agnes St.
cash, balance 3 and G mos. at
Full sized lot Ni    12 on i,  J
and 8th St.    Price $.1050. h__f|
House   and   bath  balance at 7 '.  per .
Price $2,500;   ��������.      Westerly 4, 11 of       Sub. 1
132x132 corner 100 ti 11 squat!
houses drawing $28   ���   montl
$5,000, half cash, balance In 6 i
months.
160 S.I-:,  '., ef S(. S, D|
10 acres,partly clean      Kanaka!
running through: goi . road; oa|
Block 12 on 12th St., east side; in
full sized lots. Price $2,500, one-third
cash, bal. 6, 12 and 18 months
House corner of 7th St. and 4th
Ave.;  9 rooms;  2 full sized lots, Gt'.x  north   of   Webster': I
132; '  orchard    of    apples, pears and   mill and P.O. at the v \
plums.    Price $4,000, $2,000 cash, bal-
street on south side; fruit treats. Price
$1900;  1-2 cash, terms for balance at
7 per cent.    Size of lot 55x165.
$350 cash, balance on easy terms.
church."
Knox church, Sapperton���Rev. D.
McKenzie, B.A., pastor. Services, 11
am. and 7 p.m.; Sunday school and
Bi le class, 2:30 p.m.; meeting of j
'i P. S C E. immediately after the
t. ������ ning service.
Gospel Hall, corner Sixth avenue J
and Ninth street���Breaking of bread t
every Sunday at 11 a.m.; Sunday j
.- hool and Bible class, 2 p.m.; gospel |
ad Iress, 7 p.m.; prayer meeting, Wednesday, S p.m.
Gospel Hall, Tenth street. Services
11 a.m. and 7 ii.m.: Sunday school at
2: 10 p.m.
Lutheran Church, Rev. B. A. Saad,
pastor. Service Sunday morning ai IJ
o'clock at Southi Westminster.
WOKK.
SHIP SMITHING, HKHXiE and
STRUCTURAL IRON    V. OKK.
Ornamental iron Worn, including
Fences, Gates, Fire Escapes, etc.
Mail orders and correspondence Invited.
JOHN REID,
BEGBIE BTKJSHJT.
v'flW Wpstmlnnter. f. o. 474.
iOO Cords of Tan Bark Wanted
At the
rraser River Tannery
160 acres less light of way about i
acres for railway; 20 acres stumped,
15 acres roughly cleared and fenced;
1 1-2 story house 18x28, lean too 14xiv
and lean too 10x22;   barn 30x32 and
lean  too 32x14;   granary   10x16;   two      Lots 16, 17 and 20 of 11 of 3, Price
chicken houses, each    10x12:    wagon  *500 for three or $175 each;  1-2 cash
shed  20x30;   small milk house,  small  balance C months at 7 percent.
orchard, all kinds oi fruit, 05 bearing      i;,   acre between    Queen's  and  3rd
fruit trees: natural spring well. Prici   Ave. on west side of 10th; No. 5 and
$0000;  $2  cash, balance easily ar-   p. Block 48; 132x165 feet; all cleared
ranged at 7 per cent.
5 lots corner of street between 8th
and !dh Ave. on 2nd St., side of 2nd
St.. equal to one acre; partly cleared.
$500. half cash. A splendid opportunity for investment.
More  exclusive   properties  just   listed
with us tor sale.
I.e t  5, opposite    Knox church, Sap-  $700 cash
perton,  east side Columbia  Street on,
car line,    $350 cash.
ber worth $7 per ai        eiar
4 miles    from    Port    Hai
$2,100; terms $1,100 cash       I
ranged.
S.-W. Sub. Tow n
railway   runs   alongside;    old
. hard.    Price $15  pe r acre I
cash, balance In threi
1 acre clay, hous.  on ti n Illl
Joyce station; parti)  i    in I
across front facing tram line,
ilani e arran
Full sized lot on Third street, I - -
tween Royal and Queens avenui ��� st
side, new hcus< ; $1500.
Two lots, block 34, lot 9, $1000 i .   h,
Highest Cash Price Paid
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISH ED 1817.
CAPITAL !   .$14,400,000.00
RESERVE        $11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and New foundland, am! in London, England,
New York, Chicago anil Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City, A Genera! Hanking iiu-iness Transacted.
Letters of Credit Issued, available with correspondents in all Darts of the
World.
Savings Bank Department. Deposits received In sums of ?1 and upwards,
and Interesl allowed al 3 per cent, per annum (preseni rate) added
four tiincG a year.
Total  Assets iiv-:- $168,000,000.00.
M'vv  WESTMINSTER BRANCH. CJ. I). BRYMNER, Manager
B. C Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manuracturers and Dealers in All Kinds ol
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    lurned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
NOW, THEN, WHAT DO
YOU   WANT   BETTER THAN  THIS?
iTij acres of the best soil, 10 acres
'cleared, under cultivation;  i'00 young
fruit trees, just comencing to bear;
.new house. I y storey, 5 rooms; hen
.house.-,  in   good  order;    some  acres
planted with wheat, oats and potatoes.
Water from nearby spring.      Balance   Seventh   and   Eighth   avenue;   south
of    property    easfl)    cleared.      Price   side of 1st street.    Price $2,500.
,'i  lots  south side of  Six'li   Avenue;
verv light  "learing;   60xll5Vi  feet on
and   fenced.   Price  $105C; $550 cash.  ^,,1,'  Block 10.   $1050 cash.
balance in 0 months. ^ lots o* Fifth Street, 11,12, 13, 14.
I...  Sub,  15, S. Blk.  13.     $350 each, hall
cash, balance 0 nionths at T '..
tween Fourth and Merrlvale; all clear-1
2  houses  corner  or    Merrival    am!
Agnes;   full sized  lot;    city  block  31,
10 acres in sec   32   Timber  fir  ce- Aoi  11;    one bouse rents for $25, tIn-
other $10;   flush   closets  and   all con-
Full sized .'ot on Royal avenui .
:een Fourth and Mi
ed. $1,200, $800 cash
One acre in block 9,
tween 18th and Hithl
on 8th Ave.   Price fl
1-3 eash, bal. easy.
dar and abler.   Good soil; good roads.
Apply for full particulars.
Lots IT, 18, ���9, 20, 21, face on 16th
street and Sth avenue; 2 corner lots
$250; 4 inside lots $200 each. Price
$950,  cash.    Single  lots at cash.
nected    with    sewers,     Price $3,500.
Cash $2,000,   balance in 6, 12 and 18
mont iis at 7 %.
iwnshlp I1': some
terms $l,_m0
N -E. , Of Silt 19,
uie. r. Price $fo pei
-le. balance easy.
Lots  14   and   15 of  1  of 6    of     4
Four   and   one-half   acres   between   ('cleared.)   Price $500; for the two, 1-2
cash, balance 0 months at T per cent.
$4,700;
and 12 months
$2000 cash, balance G
This property is only u mile from
I tram  line.    Over two hundred  chickens and ducks could be sold with the
;..������'.; erty a* a snap.
is  acre.-; on    Mara   road, Burnaby.
$160 an acre   for   A   FEW    DAYSj
ONLY,   One-quarter cash,  balai; e   I
and 2 years al T %.
So. 306.���9-roomi I ho ise, w i u I ath
room, ��� oi ne i I 6th and Agn< s St.
!'. Ice $4,000: ti: ms '_��� i A . ance
���; and 6 montl -; at 7 %.
House, full sized lot, on Keary
Btreet, Sapperton; rents for $10 per
::. mth.   Only $1,050.
Seven roomed house all
modern improvements, north
side of Hamilton St. $1500
1-2 cash balance easy at 7
per cent.
Lot 11 on Fifth avenue, sub B, 10
of sub 9. $300 cash. U cleared; size
55 feet  by l_li feet,
Acreage on Vancouver road, corner
' of Gilley road.   $225 per acre.   Acreage Is selling fast at ihis (.rice.
li'.o acres, Westminster district, 40
acres under cultivation, 10 acres or-j Six lots,
chard, % acre strawberries planted $60 each
this year; alder bottom bind; runningI enquiry,
spring; house is x ii; frame barn 30
x 32; I l-i ost 'lame ho ise and con
stabli s, three In all, stable 8 cows and
2 s] an hoi ses; near Mission Station;
-. ho iis, churches near al hand;
i . - twice ���; di . al rful 100
acres tlmb< r, flr and i i la . ne\ er bet u
���'..";��� I; $2.( . ��� refused for standing
timber; an la ��������� bouse 16 x 24; hen
bouse made of bewe 1 timber laid in
mortar. 12 x 30. A chance of a lifetime, $9,000; $4,000 cash, balance al 6
���' per cent.
No, 308.���8-roomed House, with bath
room, el '..; Agnes St, $2,500; v.
casbr balance ,'! and 6 mos. at 7 r..
Lot ,14 on Sherbrook street of ll nf
2, cleared. Price $275; 1-2 cash, balance, C months at T per cent.
2 lets on Sth St. between 5th and
Gth Ave. on east side; full sized, ��'..;x
132; Xos. 9 and 12, Price $1000 fcr
both, half cash, balance easy.
Large lot and two ' tta| -
lumbia street, Sapperton. Both
at $lu each.
One and one-half sl irej      i
full   size   lot,   situated  north s:t|
Royal avenue and corner ol Mel
street;  9 rooms;  bath room, hoi
cold  water, closet;   wood        |
bearig   fruit  trees;   streets on
sides;   fine  view.  ' Price $1,8C
cash.
Lot facing 2nd St., bi tween Qui
and 3rd Ave., second lot from QuJ
Ave.;    52x122 feet;  all eli  ' I
alongside  nnd   back.      Price  $'l
half cash, balance eas;,' at T
One lot No. 12 on Royal Aven|
third lot from Eighth street, Vi
for sale exclusively.
50x150, outside city
lot
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Fuller   particulars on   and ,.hl,t]i. complete, nen
all under cultivation, $1b.000.  I
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bargain; terms can be a
HOUSE and LOT
Central!) located In a commmandlng
situation; Third av c at foot of
Fifth vt'. '". Two and on" ha ' Bton ;.
bouse Ten rooms irecently pa] ered)
All modi tn conveniences; hoi and
cold water, bath, Mush closet, lavatory, electric light; nice lawn; lot
06x132, with lane in rear; part of lot
set out with fruit trees. Price $2,750.
$1,500 cash, balance arranged.
160 acres good farm lan I In
aboul .:'j mih - from river, '������    *
road, $12 per b re; a '''.: '
Part of lol 369,
about  To  acres,   only $'-'���  '���'
Half cash.   Jump.
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2 lots,
(corner)
streets.
!0, 21;  No. 20, $170;
$175.    Durham and S  j
160 acres on the Scot! road, 15 acres
cleared;  barn 60 x 30;  stables, etc.;
plendid soil; only $30 per acre, $1,000  special price will be mfl le to or
cash, balance easy. chaser.
.te. For   the   above   four 1
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Telephone   333
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i i,..'i ,.er.iinti...i   ,it    \.n      .   r meueliig m  �� pimi   h... "'"' '   " '
:.      'M   WOODY,   Locator,
:''M; V'ANDALL, Agent
Un& registry act
', e el leelll .!'���!.   I'i . i\ 111''"   Of   llllllall     .,, ,,,l ll    �� no I   I i ie lie I    ul'   q.e I e e , ,. I    !, ,���     I  . .       I I   t
Bach tender musl  be accompanied   m   ,.,,,,���..  the  late   if the notle*  rulumMn  thli Wth day ��f July, A.B.,   iie,.,, ,  |fl i ���-..   ,
,v an accepted chequ i a charters      ^ |;,d|ng  ..,, ,,.,.,.,
��� 107
I '     ": (62  1-10) acres of
'>''��� south east  Quarter of  wl" '"' [ "
f    I Illi     IL.I'''.'     Will        '.'      ;l       III.'    aillllll'Hia in      lie     . eel Ijftdti    '
I I eli ��� .i iei\vlee thereof       iinmu mu |gt) ahaliis tliilaui In ������ ,:,; ' '     lunhui     dilly
.1     Illi-    I.Mini    li..;lHl'     lll'flee-      ,,,.,11,    v,.:,i���, |,        ,|||,���l|.m        f         I,, -,,,,, |.,l,,., ,1       .
"   II   .i    in.
Ill    i,       Return
... 'i hal i��. tii-ii... aauili     o eh litis
ank, made  iiayable to the order o      The ,,._: ;,.������,���, ���.,..       :   ., i. ,.   |   Kii.rnt. n���  , n alas, eolilfl g B4U ������     -
the Honourable the Minister ot Public | fenS0   wji:i,.   _,,,���,,    ..,-   ,   .,o.n-.\ ,. DiltflQt lUglitfM       ... m men..  ...   leas ���    .
(V-orka. equal to    n per. ent  l ���< :"',,���,,,���: tender an I envelopo, maj i.-r��� ������,���.���,,,. Threwatl aad M, BurWfl      4. A;mU)t,nvinit al ., ,���,_=���   planted      ,  B- Victoria      -
of theamo I the tender, which  ,,,, ii;��� ,      ,.:   ,,���, ,. .,���.     A��� ���,���,,������ 5���,,���i, ���,���, All Mtiw, ftl tllP sou,h west ,.,���,,���,. ,���	
eited If the pa      ��� -' '    ���;: ,  ,���. Crown   r.ui.,-.  ,,-m al   ������,, ,,10S(, rli,������lMiJ ��� e��� ,���  ������>,. &| ^ n(n.th ^ corner      ^.^   ,d J
,    ���.    wherea. I tn�� decline to enter into a contra.    Sew WeBtmln.ter, B. C, ���,..,���,  ������,,  ���,, ,..,���,���,  elftlffltneg any ������ ,,,:lienvif norUl so t.llililWr ,,,.,..
��� certlLt,^t title  -he called  upon to ",      Each tendei   mu.  """"MM   i,,,,..,i .��� th�� laid land by virtue of east 80 chalns. thence south 8D ehains,        "r*"'
> , h   ���    ,      '  rail I nplete th  ��   [ :    ,, .,-, a cepted cheque oa a ebartond   ;,���v un^gtwd  InMn.m.nt. an,, all  t!���,h(,(, ^ SQ chaln    contiUnlnK Uo
'      ;��� l,.nm, ol   f(!!     ,.,.������.���,,���,���.,,     ,       '   I th<       ;.   ,,,.������,���. ,i���. ���,,,���. v., r the   .���...���������  ,.,,������������ nny Merest in the. acred more or u.sg.
���,,,,,.,. ..en he returned. -..- .,.  the Interior, for lh" "tn-   H;,!,|  tnnd  iiv  descent, whose title la!    ..
"  ."", lnl    I the bona,  which  the appll-   ael fPgl9te.ed under tho provisions of    --Commencing at a po.^planed
fttthe 'Blven that I shall,     The Departmei ^ed to pay for a license.  fhp ..Iiaud Resistry Act," shall be for- ���> '^t  c"���'!''   "'  s/   ^1
 t one month from   ton. ,   - ^eat   or   any   tender   not | m mc,m attd Charred from let-! Jf^ Ut* northerly dlrectton from
first oubllcatlon hereof, '"    .       ...    .  ,, .. ; !����� up anv claim to or In respect of ,he ""''ta east corner of lot :j95 thence
e of the-nald certlfi- '"llK,"': ! ,/,;,. 'graph will be. ��-Ci land ��omU tor taxea aa ��ro      '     '     ���         s,ut��.    im,
3 ln the,me,antlme valid ob- .,   ' taiaei aided by the "Lted Reglatry Act"
PEBLET O. KEYfif, h ���
.i��.cretary.        R     -' ���   h V
,e Interior, nshlp 16,   New    W
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I��fflce.
N'ntii
���  to me i, writing,        Departmenl of Public \\<
C  g   KEITH Otl iwa, July  '��� '
' Reglstrw of Title., Newspapers will "'     ' .   ...., ,r-:n^ of .>.
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��� B. c, July 0.1907 oul anl lorlty from
i, thence wesl   10 chains, thence
 " north l6o chi
quarter of  Section   "      '��� Of  '.cs-
utaralng 640 acres
July 5th, V-b:
South
HfiNtt? C.UOSE.
!'."7,
2 p.  iu.
Dlapatl lie.I   ������   O.N.  i . '  ;. 4 p. in.:
To southern    polnl .    dalli
Sunday.    Retui a mi 11   11  p, tn.
Dispntchod by CP.R. train at ���">;".
tn.;  mall closes at 4:30 p.m.:
Calgary nnd Vancouver, Nn. 96  (O.
P. R. enst, second mall). Return i
received  at 10:35  a.  m.
Sapperton, No. 2; Millside, No. 2;
Coquitlam, daily except Sunday. Re-
turn mall received at 10:36 a. m. .
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Terms $lon cash, balance $15 per month.   For sale exclusively by *
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Fire   and   life   insurance  agent,    Real  Estate Broker
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<���    276-278 Columbia St, Westminster.B.C.
Phc.ne  170
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Here's Your Chance
Three-fifths acres on the upper side of Sixth Ave.
between Moody Square and the 12th Stroet tram
line; streets on three sides.
PRICE $1 500 ON TERMS.
This lot, long desired by many investors, has just
come into the market. It has a beautiful situation, with a frontage of 99 ft. on the avenue. It
lends itse'lf to profitable subdivision. Don't delay
it you wish to own it.
Malins, Coulthard & Co. Ltd
J. H. VIDAL, Mgr, Real Estate Department
New Wellington COAL
MAYERS & PRESTON
Blacksmiths' Coal in stock.
OFFICE: FRONT STREET. FOOT OF SIXTH, IB WESTMINSTER
This Wee.',.'s Appointments.
I he followlr^ appointments arc an- '
nounced in   this wt.eks l8BU��� of the
British Co' <amWa Gazette.
. ^ ii,i;" J John Bowser, of the city of
vancou ^ K   c   t0 be a member of
tne e- ^ecuyve cunnci! of the Province
of v .ritlsh Columbia,
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.'he Honourable William John Bow-
M *, K. O, to be Attorney-General of
���*.e Province of British Columbia.
(     John Simpson, of Poylar. and Har-
l old Wensley May, of Cowichan, V. [.,
Esquires, to be Justices of the Pe.ace
for the Province of Hritish Columbia.
Wiliani Moore McKay, of the city
of Vancouver, harn'sier-,it-law. to lie
Returning Officer for the Vancouver
city electoral district.
George Arthur Allen, of Duncan. V.
-   I.,  io  be  provincial  police constable.
To be fire wardens for the year j
1907, for the purpose of carrying out :
the provisions of t.he Bush Fire act
and any mi's and regulations made
thereunder: Joseph W. Grieve, of
Comox, V. !., w. T. Atherton, of Hedley.
To be deputj game wardens: .Ins-
eph W. Grieve, of Comox, V. I ; \v. t
Atherton, of HeJley; W, Harmlnson,
of Michel, an.i Frederick Penson, of
Saml Creek, Easi Kootenay.
'I'he following companies havi' been
Incorporated under ihe Companies
act:
The British Columbia Cedar Lumber Company, Limited, with .-. capital
of $200,000.
The Lyle MacGowan Company, Limited, with a capital of $20,000.
The Mitchel, Fern's Company, Limited, with a capital of $25,000.
The Sunset Timber and Lumber
Company, with a capital nf $300,000.
The Wchii! McNab Lumbi r Company,
Limited,  with   a   capital of $50,(	
The World's Syndicate Limited,
with a capital of $250,000.
The Gazette announces ihat the
writ has been issued to the retaining
officer in Vancouver for the election
following the apjeointment of Mr. Bowser to the executive. Nominations
take place August 2nd and the writ
is returnable August 15.
P. O. Box  345
'Phone   105.
BRIGHTEN
YOUR HOME
BY USING
BRYSON & SONS
Hardware, Monarch Ranges        187 Columbia St.   Tel. 65
ts- Agents  for   "KLEENO" "Et
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Vancouver on Sunday
CARS LEAVE EVERY HALF HOUR
FROM 8  A. M.    TO    11   P. M. As Usual
LOWEST PRICE,'
ON SUNSHADE
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We have just opened up a nice
line of ALUMINUM GOODS,
including���
Preserving Kettles
Tea Kettles
Rice Boilers
Etc., Etc.
ta These goods are giving
splendid satisfaction, and we
recommend  them.
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There is lots of sunshine ahead yet and  thesi   timi       .
Women's Sunshades will prove welcome
We reduce the price of every Parasol in Btock.
See our small show window :. r one Special Lol   i
$ 1.50 Each
n ihis lol will be found the hulk of our pams.,: here Is m
selection ln colors, such as grey,  brown   a ���                     .,_
and white, white with >��� tored borders and I       ���    ...
Regular prices are from $1.76. to $3.00.    JToui :���                   . ..
Each $130.
W.S. COLLISTER & Col
247 Columbia Street, New Westminster
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Sour Bread.
To the Editor of the Daily Xews:
Sir,���As I was passing the penitentiary this evening, I saw some of the
officers carrying home bread from
that establishment, made (not in Ger-
may) but, Oh, just as bad, by unfortunate convicts.
Now. 1 have to pay a tax of ten dollars per year for this privilege, (one
of the worst taxes I have ever paid)
and I certainly object to this kind of
business. .Mori" ver, the brea i Is
sou.., and I believe unfit for food. <j
know of an istance where it killed a
horse���I mean sour brea-! killed it),
an 1 I think it it bad enough to he confined in such a place, but, Oh! the
horror of .having to eat sour bread for
life. I think it must shorten one's life.
Our governmenl Is too poor to pay a
baker for to do the work. Our friend
iAuley Morriw n, our. remai .ing il was
only a siei'."i.e. when now there Is
not a nrore needed official in all such
public Instil itions.
Hoping you will give space for this
in your valuable pa] ��� r, to ee subscriber .and :���....
S, SWAIX.
P.S.���1 could show them how to
make sweel bread for the sake of
those mother's chii iren there, and 1
think the v.������ rsl chii In u ire always at
liberty.
After your long hot and
dusty walk, ease your
feet and make them
comfortable by using
T. A. Him
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T. A.
Foot Powder
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Cooling and Refreshing
T. A. MUIR
IMPERIAL   PLOUR - IMPERIAL
No entrance fee needed- all that is necessary ie that the
bread be made with IMPERIAL FLOUR.
McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
New  Westminster. Telephone 333,
THE DRUGGIST
Columbia St.
New  Westminster.   B.  C.
KEEP YOUR
VALUABLE
PAPERS
IN'   A
Safe Deposit
BOX
IX THE
Fire - Proof Vaults
OF
THE WESTMINSTER
TRUST AND SAFE
DEPOSIT COT, Ltd.
Paid up Capital. $100,000
Executors, Trustees,
Assignees, Receivers,
Liquidators, Guardians
New Stock Patterns
45   MILLIONS
THAT rS YOUR SECURITY
WHEN| VOI'   BANK| WITH
���   The =
ROYAL BANK �� CANADA
TOTAL  ASSETS  OVER   45,000,000
We welcome small accounts and pay inti rest four tn
a year nn Savings Bank deposits.
F. B. LYLE,  Manager.
- OF -
JUST OPENED
AT-
MOREY'S
217-219 Columbia St.
Also, a lot of lovely things in CHINA, ]
suitable for wedding gifts.
** Real estate agreements of
sale purchased on short notice
Ihe Westminster Trust
and Safe Deposit Co., u<i.
BLACK.E BLOCK
F. J. HART, Manager
Westminster
Transfer Co.
wffice 'Phone 185.      Harn Ftione 137
Columbia St.
Onggage delivered    promptly to ��ny
part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
Offi:,���Tram  Depot
B U LLE T 1 N**8^
Great Northern Railway!
$60
SI. PAUL TO MINNEAPOLIS
IU RETURN
Tickets nn sale Aug. 8,9, 10, Sept. 11, 12, 13 acct. Jamestown
. Exposition,   Return Limit, Ninety Days
Above rate is from New Westminster. $60 trom Seattl'
Same rates apply to Dulntli; proportionately 1<;"' rates fron
Wellington and Oregon polats Hate to Chicago: f'1
from New Westminstei', $84.00 from Spokane, $71.50 *r��n
Seattle. Low rates to Omaha, Kansas City, St. Louis, an
many other eastern points
FOR A COMFORTABLE TRIP TAKE THE
"ORIENTAL LIMITED"
Standard and tourist sleepers, dining ears and Comuln
Observations ear.    Meals in dtalng car on   the  a la f,'n
plan,   The "FAST .mail" is another good train.
F. C. MEYERS, Agent
NEW WESTMINSTER. B. C.
\v. A. koss, Assistant Genera] Pass. Agt., Seattle, v\;|r''

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